All-In Caregiving

Guide to caregiving.

The book every aging parent wishes their children would read.

All-in selling book by charles e. Henderson

All-In Selling

Convince others, motivate followers and sell anything with subliminal persuasion.

Complete manual of self-hypnosis

Professional manual of self-hypnosis. This handbook unlocks the secrets of hypnosis for success and achievement.

 

Self-hypnosis made easy.

The original best seller by Dr. Charles Henderson that shows you how to take charge of your life with the tools of self-hypnosis.
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all-in caregiving by christine klotz
self-hypnosis for the life you want by charles henderson
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Consciousness — 1

In a cute trick of nature, our immensely impressive biology has evolved a brain smart enough to reflect on itself. After three million years of brain expansion we have become creatures with consciousness and we know it.

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Consciousness — 2

In a cute trick of nature, our immensely impressive biology has evolved a brain smart enough to reflect on itself. After three million years of brain expansion we have become creatures with consciousness and we know it. Part 2.

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Consciousness — 3

Preconscious mind is the upper realm of the subconscious mind which cannot be explained with atomistic or molecular approaches.

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Consciousness — 4

Agency is conscious awareness of goals and aspirations within one’s power to achieve. For this mindset is everything.

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Stress management and the Covid-19 pandemic

Stress management is especially important during these trying times. Here is an easy method guaranteed to bring stress under control and have you feeling better and more in control of your life.

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Not Home for the Holidays

Caregivers face a difficult time during the holidays. Here are some ideas that can help you get through this period.

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What we all need now is routine . . . routine

Most Americans are either ordered, or at least advised, to stay at home. This can become a daunting task. The first few days may have been filled with binge watching television and lots of sleep but now it is time to have a different response. The extra sleep is...

Coronavirus and Caregiving

The news about coronavirus (COVID-19) is scary. The disease is spreading across the country and it seems this spread will continue. At some point your community may become one with high risk and special precautions will be needed to stay healthy. The news coming from...

Sail through your parent’s (or your) next medical procedure with PREhab

[Note: When first confronted with the term prehabilitation the first thought is that it is a typographical error. It is not; I do indeed mean prehabilitation. Its meaning, should you not be familiar with the term, will become clear in what follows.] Preparing for...

Ageism Hurts But You Can Fight Back

Anyone over a certain age has felt ageism. The young sales clerk who hardly says anything when you make a purchase. The condescension when you ask a question about something technical. The uncomfortable feeling when introducing yourself when you no longer have a work...

I’m Over 80, So Can I Stop Exercising Now?

The benefits of exercise have no age limit. Some people might think that once a person reaches a certain age exercise might just be a waste of time. The goal isn’t to help your parent prepare for the next Senior Olympics. The goal is more practical. Improving and...

Living Alone in Old Age: Could Just Be Alone or It Could Be Lonely

More older adults are living longer and, in most cases, better than ever before. One result of this is that more older adults live alone. In fact more than a quarter of older people now live alone. Since women live longer than men this means older women are twice as...

Complex Surgeries Often Have Poor Outcomes for Older Patients

People are having more surgeries at older ages both in the hospital and in other settings. While this may be good news, it may not actually be what many older people would choose if they knew all the facts – but this is another subject. The point here is that...

Care Help for Your Loved One with Dementia

Focus on abilities is the key to caring for a loved one who has dementia. When someone you care about has dementia it is easy to become focused on what is lost. But both you and your parent will benefit from a focus on what he or she can still do. One example of...

The CARE Act helps families

As a family caregiver you have probably learned that hospital stays have gotten very short. Often patients are discharged when they are still sick and still need care. Even when home health care is included in a discharge plan most of the care provided after...
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Surgery’s Seldom Disclosed Risk

When surgery is recommended for your parent you know there are risks. But even though you make every effort to evaluate all the pluses and minuses, there is one very important threat your surgeon may not have told you about. That is the risk of some degree of decline...

Sleep and insomnia in the Covid-19 pandemic

Here’s how you can sleep better and give insomnia the boot. Sleeping well is essential to stay healthy, have energy, and just plain feel good.

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Stress management and the Covid-19 pandemic

Stress management is especially important during these trying times. Here is an easy method guaranteed to bring stress under control and have you feeling better and more in control of your life.