Tag Archives: recovery from loss

Loneliness Is More Deadly Than Cigarettes: Don’t Let It Kill You!

Did you know that loneliness kills more people each year than cigarettes? In fact, loneliness is considered a health risk equivalent to smoking a pack a day. Today, 28% of all adults in America live alone and that doesn’t count … Continue reading

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Midlife Loss of Spouse or Child–From Grief to Inspiration

The toughest day of my life was New Year’s Eve, December 31, 2006. Just three days prior, my wife Gloria had received a highly encouraging report from her oncologist following three months of chemotherapy. All the signs were great–her cancer … Continue reading

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Is It Time for Your Midlife Happiness Makeover?

If you’re over 40, take time out today from your hectic routine and ask yourself this question: “At middle age, am I more happy than sad?” Are you satisfied with what you have accomplished up to this point in your … Continue reading

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