Our brains pay more attention to negative things than positive. It goes back to ancient times when negative things could mean death. Consequently, our brains notice and log negative messaging more than positive messaging. Unfortunately, our brains also direct us to move towards reward and away from threats.
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Glenn R. Metecun, CELA, is certified as an Elder Law Attorney by the National Elder Law Foundation. Interview Glenn to learn more about estate planning for our vulnerable seniors.
Talking Points on 3 Mistakes
People Make in Their Estate Planning:
- Not updating their estate plan after a divorce. Rules are complicated and if you leave an old plan in place it can cause confusion and problems. This is particularly true for beneficiary designations on life insurance or retirement accounts. If you leave an ex-spouse on as a beneficiary after a divorce, he or she may still be entitled to your money after you’re gone.
Geeta Nadkarni is an expert in the field of publicity, marketing, and helping small business owners to grow their businesses. Before, she used to be obsessed with the latest tools and tech until she realized she was asking the wrong questions. It’s a little like arguing over paint colors before buying the house.
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How to find the right therapist. . . .
According to Dr. Cira, the goodness of fit is everything. Research is clear that the #1 determining factor in whether or not a client gets better from therapy is based on how strong their relationship is with their therapist. If you don’t like your therapist, you’re not going to get better, regardless of how well-trained they are.
- There are many different types of therapists and levels of training: LSW’s, LCP’s, LSCW’s, LCPC’s, Psy.D. and Ph.D. It’s important to understand what these things mean and how they are different. Only then can you figure out what’s best for you. Continue reading “What You Must Know Before Starting Therapy”
1) Acknowledge the positive. When relationships end, it doesn’t necessarily mean our love and feelings for the person ends, too. We can love someone and still know the relationship is not right for each other. With that being said, acknowledging this is and recognizing the lovely moments that brought the two of you together is a far better spin for our brains than to completely focus on the negatives.
Interview Dr. Mimi Secor
Dr. Mimi Secor can discuss whether one should utilize probiotics. As you will find, this is a million-dollar question with a complicated answer.
Talking Points from Dr. Mimi Secor
Probiotics are promoted as the best thing since sliced bread as far as benefiting the vagina. Unfortunately, the scientific evidence is not so clear. Manufacturers of Over-the-counter products can make any claim they want without research to back up these claims. This is a huge problem for the consumer.
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Interview: Dr. Colleen Cira, Psy.D.
From Dr. Colleen Cira
On Help for New Parents:
1) Before you can tell anyone what you need, you need to KNOW what you need. A new baby can come with lots of stress for lots of reasons, so every time you notice that you’ve overwhelmed, sad or anxious, stop for a moment and consider the origin of your overwhelm. Do you feel like you could pull out all of your hair when you look at your overflowing laundry basket? Do you become overwhelmed with dread when you think about needing to find something to cook and eat? Do you want to cry every time your baby cries? Is feeding your baby a daunting task?? Only by figuring out what specifically is feeling overwhelming can you start to address it so just start to notice.
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Glenn R. Metecun, CELA, is certified as an Elder Law Attorney by the National Elder Law Foundation. Catching the early warning signs of dementia is crucial in helping to get the care your loved one needs.
Talking Points from Glenn Matecun
Dementia is a term that describes a variety of symptoms affecting a person’s cognitive functioning, including their ability to think, remember, and reason. Different types of dementia affect the brain in different ways, and dementia is progressive, but early detection can greatly improve your loved one’s quality of life. Here are five symptoms to look out for when you are dealing with an older loved one.