A Poem For Traumatic Brain Injury Awareness Month 2014

I’d first learned about Traumatic Brain Injuries while caring for my mother after her 2006 fall.  I was compassionate, I wanted to understand, and I did my best to be there for her in a way that felt good to her and to me.  I didn’t know what I didn’t […] Read more »

World Alzheimer’s Month: Alzheimer’s And The Open Sesame Effect by Sheryl Lynn

My friend Gwen Weaver passed away today.  I don’t know what caused her death.  She was as beautiful on the inside as she was on the outside.  She was elegant and playful, she was dedicated and goofy, she was creative and a badass.  I remember how much fun we had […] Read more »

The Unexpected Soulmate by Sheryl Lynn

Have you ever met your soulmate?  What do you think makes a soulmate, and what do you think makes a soulmate relationship? Is it easy?  Is it permanent?  Is it what you thought it would be? I define a soulmate as someone who is a friend of someone else’s soul.  […] Read more »

KidsWhoGive by Max Wallack

I met Max Wallack maybe five years ago through the Alzheimer’s Reading Room internet community, founded by Bob DeMarco to educate himself and countless others around the world about caregiving and topics related to Alzheimer’s Disease.  Bob was his mother Dotty’s primary caregiver during the last nine years of her […] Read more »