Normalizing Death and Dying: How to Talk About Terminal Illness, Death and Dying

Let’s face it. We are all going to die one day. Why is it so hard for us to talk about the reality of terminal illness and dealing with dying? Those of us in our second act of life deal with death and terminal illness more and more often as we age. Yet, most of […]

Dealing with Brain Fog, Lack of Energy, and other Adrenal Fatigue Symptoms after 40!

Adrenal Fatigue is something that catches up with many of us in life after 40. Resulting from years of dealing with stress, adrenal fatigue symptoms can drag us down as we age. If you are feeling lethargic, dealing with general fatigue, experience brain fog, or just can’t get moving in the morning without tons of […]

Who cares for the Caregiver? Tips from the Experts!

Who cares for the caregiver? When it is not just you, but someone else’s well being on your shoulders, you need to be sure you are taking care of yourself! Caregivers are the first to see to someone else, but the last to see to their own needs. Today, Paige Valdiserri draws on her professional […]

Caring for Elderly Family: Caregiver Tips for the Holidays

The holidays can take a toll on the caregiver with elderly family and terminally ill. Paige Valdiserri talks with us about some caregiver tips for the holidays, and taking care of you! These tips are especially helpful for dealing with caregiver stress and the holidays. If you find yourself thinking, I can’t take it any […]