How to Be a More Patient Person

Excerpts from the New York Times article.  Anna Goldfarb / November 5, 2018 My jaw clenches when Hulu videos buffer. I huff and puff when stuck in a sluggish line at a coffee shop. Slow cars in the fast lane send me into a curse-filled tizzy. I’m ashamed how quickly I lose my cool over these minor things. I’ve often wished I could be a more patient person, but it’s overwhelming to know where to start Patience, the ability to keep calm…

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End-of-Life Care: Signs That Death Is Near

Most people take on the role of family caregiver without fully knowing what to expect. These responsibilities may last for only a few weeks or may go on for many years. Sadly, the one constant variable in these situations is that the aging loved ones we care for will eventually pass away. Some people die unexpectedly while others decline slowly over weeks, months or even years. Through close communication with a loved one’s health care team, it may be possible to obtain…

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