Critter Corner: When Father’s Day Isn’t a Joyful Occasion

Dear Oakley,When I flip through Facebook, walk into the greeting card aisle at the store, or turn on the TV, I see advertisements and cards for a happy Father’s Day. I lost my dad a few years ago and my husband and dad of our … [Read more...]

Creative and Nontraditional Ways to Process Grief and Find Peace

Grief is a natural human emotion. When we mourn the death of a loved one, we experience intense emotion, and that emotion is typically grief. We experience grief in our behavior, as many people dealing with grief lose interest in … [Read more...]

Saying Goodbye to the Family Home: Helping Your Aging Loved One Grieve a Move

 Q. My mother, Wendy, has lived in the same home for over 50 years. She and my father stretched their budget and bought the home together in the 60’s and have made quite a few memories there. They watched four of us … [Read more...]

Now You Can Clone Grandma — April Fool’s Joke . . . or Not?

Q. I am very close with my 100-year-old grandmother, Emily. She is a remarkable, accomplished woman who went to college (which was rare in her time) and became a successful brain surgeon. She is also a very talented artist. I … [Read more...]

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