Mom’s Gone Missing
Mom’s Gone Missing is not a how-to book. It’s a here’s-what-unfolded book, a story of a daughter’s experience with a father’s decade-long Alzheimer’s journey and a mother’s lightning fast dementia decline and both of their deaths.
The narrative includes sibling tensions, a bewildering array of healthcare, financial and legal decisions, reconciliation of lifelong hurts, and the emotional tsunami that surges through all.
Bobbi Linkemer was a writing coach, ghostwriter, and editor before she retired in 2019 at the age of eighty-two. Bobbi’s interest in aging is personal because she is an older […]
For almost 40 years, Dr. Cheryl Woodson practiced Geriatric Medicine, taught health care professionals, and was active in advocating effective eldercare services in her community and at the national level. […]
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Of Beauty and Substance: A Backbone Guide for Women
What creates a woman of beauty and substance? Hardship. Loss. Disappointment. Mistakes. Forgiveness. Acceptance. Love. The tough stuff we label as bad and try to avoid and the good stuff we wish we could learn and apply more quickly. Through struggle, we learn lessons about our true strength.
How to Grow a Backbone
To succeed in business today, an individual must be smart, competitive, resilient, tenacious, and fearless. In short, he or she needs a good, old-fashioned backbone. Improve your confidence, work better with co-workers, ask for a better salary and command respect from your boss.