Momentum for Change

This month we are focusing on working on the right things. It is possible that the goals we set at the beginning of the year were not the right ones for us. This can be the very reason lost momentum towards our goals. How do we know what areas of our own self-development we need to work on? Click here for the full article.
Dr Bret Wilson

Talking With Your Doctor

Taking a family member or friend with you to the appointment can help. This is especially true if there is disability or illness that impairs communication or comprehension. The other person can help with communication and understanding treatment options to help the doctor and patient to get better information. Click here for the full article.
Kas Winters

Converse with Family Members

The art of conversation has changed. Consider benefits of both old and new ways to exchange information and decide how you choose to handle communication with your children. It is possible to keep plenty of face-to-face talking while including electronic forms as appropriate for our youngsters. Click here for the full article.

How do Blind People Dream

We all dream, whether we remember them or not, but the way a person who is blind dreams may be different, depending on if they’ve ever had sight, when they lost it and to what degree they lost it. Many seem most curious about how a person who had never had any vision dreams. So…relax, take a deep breath and……imagine for a moment you are at the beach. Think about the sound of the waves, seagulls, etc. Imagine the sand between your toes or the cold water splashing on your feet…maybe slimy seaweed getting caught around your ankles! Can you imagine the wind on your face…or the sun beating down on your cheeks? Can you smell and almost taste the salty air? Click here for the full article.