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Mother’s Day: Special Gifts To Honor Her From Home

Today Mothers, or “Moms” as I learned to say, come in a wide range of looks, ages and genders.  Some birth children into the world, while others create their “family of choice” through adopting children, other adults and pets. On this Mother’s Day, let’s honor and appreciate all those who love and care for others …

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COVID-19 Life Lessons: Choose to Be Refreshingly Real, Honest and Authentic

“The purpose of life is self-discovery.” – Darel Rutherford One thing I find very meaningful and rather surprising during this period with COVID-19 is that many people are showing up more real. As we experience a massive pause from the constant bombardment of highly produced advertising, live entertainment, sporting events, fashion shows and more, we …

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Dating Success Over 60, Finding Love at 70: Rules on Finding Love Later in Life

We are excited to kick off the series with a former boss from my days working at NYU. Mona Kreaden was a very caring boss. She helped me in so many ways personally and professionally. She was always polished, professional…and always single from the time I knew her, and happily so. We lost touch after I left NYU and fast forward 20 years later, we recently reconnected.

Life as a Millenial Caregiver

  Contributor: Aisha Atkins My Story – In 2012, I landed my first “real” job after graduating from college. I experienced not only the nervousness of entering into the workforce, but also the harrowing process of attaining a diagnosis for my mother, who was exhibiting symptoms of behavioral changes and memory loss. In 2013, my …

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