Author: Jane Farrell

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Worrying: It's Not All Bad

Posted by Jane Farrell

Worrying has a bad reputation. But in fact there’s an upside to it, according to Kate Sweeny, Ph.D., a psychology professor at the University of California Riverside. “Not all worry … Read More→



Posted by Darcy Thiel

Four years ago when I started writing, my friend told me I had to get on social media. I didn’t even know what a blog was. I had no Facebook […]


Alzheimer's Caregiving Tips: Going Out

Posted by Jane Farrell

People in the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease may still enjoy going out to places they enjoyed in the past. For example, the person might enjoy going to a favorite … Read More→


Computer Coding and Seniors

Posted by Jane Farrell

In the first known study of older adults learning computer programming, a cognitive scientist from the University of California San Diego analyzed the learning experience and motivations of people between … Read More→

Grief and tears

How to Handle a Loss

Posted by Susan Alpert

Loss is part of life. We all suffer from it at some point and in some way. Death and divorce are among the most obvious, but we also can experience … Read More→



Posted by Darcy Thiel

Almost every time I speak, something happens that I think, “Ah, that is the reason I was here today.” I mean, it is always a rush to connect with an […]


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