Monthly Archives: March 2017

What’s The Purpose of Living?

People with depression can feel so dejected, they prefer the peace of death to a life of suffering.  Unable to control their suicidal mood, or acts, they take their plight to be permanent, instead of a temporary swing. They may … Continue reading

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Understanding Grief in Older Adults

In my recent visit to a retirement center in order to present on depression and grief, the residents educated me on the kinds of grief they experience as a matter of course. Perhaps the most important experiences of grief come from … Continue reading

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Assisted Living: End of Life Issues

At a local Assisted Living center, I recently taught a class on the book of Job. Residents who attended showed a variety of mental and physical limitations, something most of us will  experience in one way or another. The class, … Continue reading

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Filling In The Blank (of Blogging)

Until the first of the year, I’ve consistently blogged weekly. Since then, however, I’ve been silent (publicly). Before continuing to write on my favorite subjects of Job, mental illness, death and dying, and recovery from addiction, I want to fill … Continue reading

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