Family Connection Is Key To Happy, Healthy Life

Positive connections with family are every bit as powerful as adequate sleep and a good diet. Dozens of studies have shown that people who have satisfying relationships with family are happier, have fewer health problems, and live longer. Researcher Dan Buettner advises the longest-living people in the world value family relationships and realize these relationships Read More

Mourning the Death of a Spouse

Loneliness is one of the biggest challenges when you lose a spouse -When you grieve, you can feel both physical and emotional pain.  Therefore proper emotional and physical care for the surviving spouse is an essential component of senior care. While most seniors gradually adapt to life without their spouse, there are many challenges they Read More

The Third Age is now considered by many to be the “golden years” of adulthood.

Most of us imagine young adulthood to be the peak of happiness and older adulthood to be the time for things to “go downhill.” Research tells us a different story, however. It turns out that life satisfaction is like a U-Shaped Curve. We start in childhood pretty happy, and then as we progress into adulthood, Read More