What do you give a terminally ill cancer patient, a family member who is dying, or someone who is coping with end of life issues? I gathered an assortment of gifts and ideas that are comforting, inspiring, and practical. These gifts make life brighter and easier for a terminally ill patient, help you as the gift giver cope with the idea of dying from cancer, and include heartfelt messages of love and support.
You love your boyfriend, but he has no goals or motivation for his future. How do you fully love and respect a guy who isn’t ambitious about work, school, or anything important in life? These tips are inspired by a reader who asked for relationship advice about her boyfriend. He isn’t ambitious or interested in a future, career, goals or even more than a part-time job.
This gift list includes helpful ideas and practical tips to help all patients heal from all types of surgery. I’m recovering from my second orthopedic surgery in less than a year, and have learned the best gifts for patients. No matter what type of surgery your friend or family member underwent, you’ll find something to help with healing here. I […]
You are normal if you’re filled with regret and guilt after putting your dog to sleep. How do you find peace of mind? You can’t change the past, and deep down you know you made the right decision. It was time for your dog to stop living, but you can’t live without your dog. For many dog owners, “pet loss […]
Equine therapy isn’t a new way to help with the grieving process; it’s long been known that horses can heal grief, trauma, and emotional pain. But will equine or horse therapy work for you or someone you love?
You’ll find the best advice for coping with being alone when you’re “old” in the comments section below! My tips are pretty good (if I do say so myself 🙂 ), but my readers’ comments are so thoughtful, helpful, and comforting. You’ll see you’re not alone. My readers were searching for tips on how to cope with feeling old and […]