Curated by Sandy Spencer
Improving Our Memory Now Recently, I read an article for an e-book about improving memory. Generally, I have a skeptical eye for anything that projects to cure or even help memory loss. I’ve seen too many photos of the plaques and tangles that eventually robbed my Mom of all memory. When I have the slightest …
This broad benefit of empathy is just the beginning of all that we can reap from zeroing in on others’ emotions. The science of empathy is expansive.
We know that empathetic people have more satisfying relationships and perform better in the workplace. We know that people who are actively listened to feel as though they are finally understood and we know that patients do better with empathetic physicians.
The following tips will help you to do just that. Empathy Booster #
By Elizabeth Seward
A long absence may erase you from the memory of someone with Alzheimer's.
Diagnosing and Treating Elderly Alzheimer's can be difficult at times.
Researchers have found subtle indications of dementia in transcripts of the former president’s news conferences.
More than half of Alzheimer’s patients are cared for by a loved one. Three caregivers talk about the physical and emotional toll as the disease progresses.
Coping with a spouse who has dementia can be one of the most difficult to do. Intimacy changes and puts a strain on both partners.