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Items of interest to our Vaishnavas C.A.R.E. community and readers.

COMING SOON: Vaishnavas CARE Grief Connection

COMING SOON: Vaishnavas CARE Grief Connection

Dear Friends of Vaishnavas CARE, Due to an overwhelming amount of requests from our readers for a Grief Support Forum specifically for Vaishnavas, we will soon be offering a Vaishnavas CARE Grief Connection forum. Our dedicated team of IT specialists (Kamala Radha Devi Dasi, Philadelphia, U.S. and Bhaktin Cheryl, Hillsborough, U.S.) are in the process of developing this special forummore>>

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Death is Part of Our Life Stories

Death is Part of Our Life Stories

By A.P. Smith People talk about caregiving for a parent as a reversal of roles. Yes, one day they’re helping us get dressed in the morning and then one day it’s us who is holding a sleeve out and gently washing their face. As they care for us they’re teaching us to be more selfmore>>

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“Krishna Forgives Us Life After Life” — A Video by His Grace Mahatma Prabhu

“Krishna Forgives Us Life After Life” — A Video by His Grace Mahatma Prabhu

Lord Krishna is constantly with us within the heart, life after life, as the “Supersoul.” He is seated within the heart of all living beings next to the individual spirit soul and is ready to forgive us for all our past sins. He accepts us out of His pure love. Isn’t it strange then thatmore>>

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Nonverbal Communication: What is Body Language?

Nonverbal Communication: What is Body Language?

Learn how to read and use body language in ways that build better relationships at home and work. By Jeanne Segal, Ph.D., Melinda Smith, M.A., Lawrence Robinson, and Greg Boose While the key to success in both personal and professional relationships lies in your ability to communicate well, it’s not the words that you use butmore>>

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Helping Your Child Deal With Death

Helping Your Child Deal With Death

Reviewed by: D’Arcy Lyness, PhD When a loved one dies, children feel and show their grief in different ways. How kids cope with the loss depends on things like their age, how close they felt to the person who died, and the support they receive. Here are some things parents can do to help amore>>

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Seven Suggestions to Choose a Guardian for Your Special Needs Child

Seven Suggestions to Choose a Guardian for Your Special Needs Child

by Michael Smith, JD, Richard Barid, JD   We love our children and we want what’s best for them, but most of us neglect to plan for what will happen to them if something happens to us. The majority of Americans with minor children do not have a will. Without a will, parents leave the courtsmore>>

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Hypnosis, Meditation, and Relaxation for Pain

Hypnosis, Meditation, and Relaxation for Pain

Stress and pain often go hand in hand. Hypnosis, meditation, and relaxation may help break the cycle. If you’re thinking about trying these ways to work on your pain, you’ll want to know what to expect and how well they work. Hypnosis (Hypnotherapy) If you’re picturing a stage act led by a man with a swinging watch whomore>>

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COMING SOON: Vaishnavas CARE Grief Connection

COMING SOON: Vaishnavas CARE Grief Connection

Dear Friends of Vaishnavas CARE, Due to an overwhelming amount of requests from our readers for a Grief Support Forum specifically for Vaishnavas, we will soon be offering a Vaishnavas CARE Grief Connection forum. Our dedicated team of IT specialists (Kamala Radha Devi Dasi, Philadelphia, U.S. and Bhaktin Cheryl, Hillsborough, U.S.) are in the process of developing this specialmore>>

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Mom Needs Hospice? Here Are Your Questions To Choose The Right One…

Mom Needs Hospice? Here Are Your Questions To Choose The Right One…

By Barbara Karnes, RN  I’ve created this LIST OF QUESTIONS for families to use to help identify a “good” hospice. 1. Do you have primary care nursing? Will we have the same nurse, home health aide, social worker, and chaplain for each hospice visit?      *You want the consistency and comfort of knowing the same person.more>>

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Stress and Your Health: How Stress Management Helps Fight Disease

Stress and Your Health: How Stress Management Helps Fight Disease

A Harvard Health article Skeptics have long believed that meditation and other stress reduction techniques are nice but ineffectual practices that do little for you. Nothing could be further from the truth—and now we have the science to prove it. The effects of chronic stress on the body There is little doubt that chronic stressmore>>

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