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This week, Carol Bradley Bursack offers ways to handle a relative who has suddenly started swearing.
Set an intentional one-word theme; create a morning ritual; and other tips.
"Since nearly all of us have something to be grateful for, I encourage gratitude as a way to cope with adversity," coumnist Carol Bradley Bursack writes. "Gratitude doesn’t ignore our pain or challenges, rather it helps us realize that through it all, we also have blessings."
Carol Bradley Bursack offers tips on what to do when a loved one with Alzheimer's no longer recognizes you.
Thanksgiving dinner is right around the corner. For many, that means arguments about religion, politics and even TV shows are bound to occur. Two therapists from Ellie Mental Health will be offering their advice on how to deal with these uncomfortable conversations Monday night, Nov. 7.
‘If we eliminate the shame and stigma of the disease of addiction, more people will seek help,” said Gov. Doug Burgum

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Speakers, other programming will highlight knowledge, innovative ideas to inspire hope and encouragement for those affected by the disease
Carol Bradley Bursack addresses some do's and don'ts for helping a family member with dementia.
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Allen suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder, and the tears, mistrust, anger, broken relationships, lost jobs and even the suicidal thoughts all lead back to Oct. 5, 1997 — the day he was thrown into a Turkish prison.

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