Intervention Basics Attempting to help a loved one who has become addicted to drugs or alcohol is never easy, especially in today’s permissive society where liquor stores, pharmacies and now – marijuana dispensaries – are as common as dandelions in Spring. Add an unwillingness on the part of the addict to accept help and it’s […]
COVID-19 has drastically changed the ways in which we interact, making it more difficult for seniors to gather together. To meet that challenge, TheSeniorList is launching a lineup of virtual classes (via Zoom) hosted by various experts, designed to help adults learn new skills, keep active, or even meditate, all from the comfort of their […]
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In times of trouble, it can be tremendously difficult to see the forest through that thick stand of trees – giant leafy Southern Oaks if you’re “down South” like us. Mix in a pandemic with the natural bumpy road called Life, and those happy feelings can get lost in the exhaust –and exhaustion. But maybe […]
We live in a time when we can communicate with friends and family via just a few taps on a smartphone screen. However, despite the increased connectivity that technology brings, research indicates that as a society, we are lonelier than ever before. Recent research has shown that there are more than 11 million seniors (aged 65 […]
Nowadays, everybody is busy. Even little children are busy with their own things. Most adults wake up every morning with tons of activities waiting to be performed. As a father, CEO, essay writer or lawyer, you know what I’m talking about. The only people who succeed in this world are those who know how to […]
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