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    Letting Go of Unhealthy Relationships

    Ending a relationship is rarely an easy task, especially if it is a family member or someone you've known for a long time. While God sends people into your life to help build you up and encourage you, some people enter your life as a lesson. Amos 3:3 states, "Can two walk together, except they be agreed?"If you know someone who constantly fills your life with stress or leaves you feeling guilty and unhappy each time you speak to them, it may be time to cut ties.

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    Tips for Starting Your Memoir and Preserving a Lifetime of Experiences

    Unlike an autobiography that often spans the entirety of a person's life, a memoir is a snapshot focused on one part. It can be about a certain theme, such as when you learned to forgive an abusive loved one, or about a specific time period when you took a trip or made a life-changing decision.Because a memoir lets you target one topic, it can simplify the process of writing your life's story and make it easier to not become overwhelmed in an attempt to tell everything at once.A collection of me...

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    Turning to the Bible When You Feel Alone

    Two are better than one, because they have a good return for their labor: If either of them falls down, one can help the other up. Ecclesiastes 4: 9-10 Loneliness is the sensation that we have lost connection with others. We can experience it when we are by ourselves and when we are in a group.

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    It's Never Too Late to Learn a New Skill

    Learning new skills and studying a new hobby or interest helps keep the mind active and potentially keep Alzheimer's and other memory issues at bay. Whether you want to learn how to speak a new language or learn how to code a website, you're never too old. Consider some of the reasons it's possible to learn new skills when you're older, right from the comfort of your assisted living apartment.You Understand What You WantWhen you're very young, it's often difficult to figu...

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    6 Ways to Stay Socially Active as a Senior

    According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, staying socially active throughout your life can have significant benefits. As a senior, when you stay socially active, you tend to remain physically active, which can keep you healthy and reduce the likelihood of a variety of illnesses. Staying socially active can also make you feel like your life has more meaning, which can reduce the chances of anxiety and depression as you age.

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