General Parenting Issues'
Last week’s column titled, “Reduce your gullibility to scams” described the process by which physiologically, Seniors are more susceptible to being more easily scammed than younger people due to a damage to their frontal cortex, which [...]
How does vulnerability increase in the older generation allowing some Seniors to become pray to scams that they may have been immune to in their earlier years? According to a report by the Center for Retirement [...]
Most people are aware of some discomfort during periods in which they are alone or feel lonely. Since aloneness has not been classified as a medical condition, it is rarely considered a physical threat. Yet, multiple [...]
If you are an adult with aging parents or grandparents, sixty-five years or older, you are aware of the challenges that age may pose. Though many seniors today are still very active, dynamic, mentally fit and [...]
Most children are raised by good parents who are loving, affirming, protective and delighted by their new role as parents. Yet, some parents who have experienced childhood abuse, neglect, avoidance or insufficient attention in their own [...]
From childhood on and, throughout all stages of life, humans seek to be in relationships with others and cultivate their “sense of belonging”. The isolated kindergartner may exhibit signs of sadness, self-doubt, unhappiness and even depression, [...]
One’s reaction and sustained attitude about life events is often labeled as either optimistic, neutral, or pessimistic. Optimists project a positive outcome even in face of difficult situations, while pessimists presume negative outcomes even in neutral [...]