Learning to Love a Parent with Dementia is a difficult transition for many. As the incidence of dementia increases, so must our ability to cope. Dr. Bengtson offers hope.
Marriage is hard. It’s a matter daily making the choice to have and to hold from this day forward, for better or worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, to love and to cherish, from this day forward until death do us part. Twenty-seven years later, I’m grateful for the gift of marriage and for the specific husband God gave me, and I’m grateful for the choices I made for worse, for poorer, and in sickness as well as for better, for richer, and in health.
It’s hard to know how to help a depressed loved one, especially if you’ve never been depressed. Dr. Bengtson gives practical tips on how to help a depressed loved one.
There are many who are having a hard time experiencing joy this Christmas. Yet, we ave a home, clothes to wear, food to eat, presents to open. That makes us wealthier than most of the people in the world. But what if we didn’t? What if we didn’t have a home, or a bed to sleep in, or clothes to wear? We would be in good company.