Life Transitions

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Becoming Your Loved One's Caregiver

Never before in America's history have we had so many people, ages 65 to 74, caring for aging parents, and never have we had so many older people, especially as baby boomers continue to age.

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Abounding Midlife Living

Despite the dishonest "surround-sound" of our culture, we can walk into the afternoon of life with abounding grace, peace, love, rest and joy.

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Adjusting to Life After an Adoption

After parents adopt a child, it's important for their new transracial or transcultural family to help the new family member feel at home. Here's how.

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Son walking his father in a wheelchair

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Caring for Ill or Aging Parents

Taking care of aging parents is one of life's toughest responsibilities. But planning and cooperation will ease the adjustment—for parents and adult children alike.

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Employment

Whether a new job is your ultimate dream or your worst nightmare, the transition is stressful.

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What to Consider When Considering a Cruise

Karen O'Connor

Cruising has become my travel mode of choice—not just because I'm older now—but because it offers the very things I'm looking for in a vacation.

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