5 Top Ways to Find Love After 65

Posted On 02 Feb 2017 By : 
 It’s no secret that intimacy and relationships are the most important part of life. They are crucial throughout our lives, but especially in our latter life for happiness, health and overall well-being. Unfortunately, finding a partner later in life can be challenging.Top Ways to Find Love After 65

Many of the difficulties that we face when approaching love are based on expectations that love ought to be the same as it was during middle-age. Instead, it is important for older people to define new and authentic modes of intimacy and sexuality, so knowing where to find potential partners is important, and is, interestingly, more accessible than ever before for today’s aging population.

Click here – https://www.aplaceformom.com/blog/2-08-16-top-ways-to-find-love-after-65/

The online Feature includes.

1. Internet
2. Community Centers
3. Dating Coaches, Services or Matchmakers
4. Local Neighborhood Stores and Activities
5. Senior Living Communities
Ways to Get Past Dating Obstacles

Can Senior Living Help Your Marriage?

These Couples Say Yes

Posted On 08 Feb 2018 . By : 
    Harold and Lois Greene still get around pretty well, considering he’s 92 years old and she’s 86. Harold sometimes needs a cane to walk and Lois’s hands shake a bit from Parkinson’s disease. The couple stays active, though, thanks to moving into a senior living community in Arizona about eight months ago.

The 9 Signs of Hidden Depression

How to help a person that has developed hidden depression – If you notice that one of your loved ones or someone close to you has developed one or more of the symptoms that we mentioned here, the best solution is to talk to them first and offer help, try to talk about the things that are bothering them and remove the masks. In such a conversation it is important not to try to minimize the value of the person’s problems or joke about them in order to ease the situation, but take them seriously – try to genuinely help them, by really touching on the problems they’re dealing with and not with empty words like “cheer up,” “just relax,” or “stop acting like that.” In any case, if the person in front of you refuses to talk, don’t try to force them, but keep an eye on their behavior. Be attentive, and let the person dealing with the problem feel that you are here for them.     From BabaMail

Full story here – http://www.ba-bamail.com/content.aspx?emailid=28805

Sunday, February 25th – African American Homesteader Town of DeWitty

Celebrate African American History Month and Learn About the African American Homesteader Town of DeWitty, Nebraska at Homestead National Monument of America

Artes Johnson, Chair of the Descendants of DeWitty, and Dr. William Hunt will present a program on the African American town of DeWitty, Nebraska at Homestead National Monument of America’s Education Center on Sunday, February 25, 2018 at 1:00 p.m., followed by a screening of the documentary film Frontier University Dreams at 2:00 p.m.

DeWitty, Nebraska was the longest-settled and most permanent African American homesteader town in the state of Nebraska. Established in 1907 by African American homesteaders in Cherry County, Nebraska, DeWitty provided shelter, education, and community for its residents until the last of them moved away in 1936. During a time of racial violence and discrimination in much of the rest of the United States, the residents of DeWitty and the residents of the nearby, predominately white town of Brownlee, lived as neighbors—working together and gathering regularly for baseball games and dances. In 2016, a historical roadside marker was erected by the Nebraska State Historical Society to remember this remarkable place. You can learn more of the incredible story of DeWitty at Homestead National Monument of America on February 25, 2018!

As always, programs at Homestead National Monument of America are free of charge and open to everyone.

Remember, Homestead National Monument of America has an exciting schedule of events planned for 2018. Keep up with the latest information by following us on Twitter (HomesteadNM) and Facebook (HomesteadNM).

Homestead National Monument of America is a unit of the National Park Service located four miles west of Beatrice, Nebraska and 45 miles south of Lincoln. Hours of operation are 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Admission is free of charge. For additional information, please call 402-223-3514 or visit http://www.nps.gov/home/.

Feb 16 – Art inspired by Japan, music, tea, snacks & origami  

 

Crane earrings
Reception
 
Friday February 16, 6-9 p.m.
One night only
Art inspired by Japan, music, tea, snacks & origami  
119 S. 9th St., Lincoln (9th &O)
402-475-1061
  • 7 artists – jewelry, sculpture, pottery and paintings inspired by Japan
  • Linda’s origami earrings, cards and art
  • Japanese tea ceremony by UNL Kawasaki Library
  • LNK New Music Collective performs original music
  • Origami taught by North Star High School students
sunrise_ beach and turquoise water_ art made from paper and origami by Linda Stephen
“Be at Peace, My Heart”
Paper art (chigiri-e and origami) by Linda Stephen $100 unframed, 10″ x 8.” See or buy at “Here Is My Heart” exhibit for Heart Health Month at Bryan Health.
Group Art Exhibition
February 1-28, open daily, 8 a.m.-8 p.m.
Bryan Medical Center
First floor, past information, near chapel
1600 S. 48th St., Lincoln, NE
If you are interested in purchasing artwork currently displayed in the Bryan Art Gallery, please contact Volunteers and Customer Care Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. at 402-481-3032. Proceeds support the Bryan Foundation.
 
Origami balloon hearts and young girl in spring. Artwork by Linda Stephen
“With Soaring Hearts”
Japanese papers and invented origami
$100 unframed, 10″ x 8″
For sale and to see at Bryan Medical Center through February for Heart Health Month.
Hope to see you at Friday’s reception!

For custom orders or colors for art or earrings, email Info@LindaStephen.com.
Wishing you joy in your days.

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Heritage – GOOD CONVERSATION: START BY ASKING GREAT QUESTIONS.

GREAT QUESTIONS from StoryCorp – https://storycorps.org/

Here are some of our suggestions for getting a good conversation going. We encourage you to use the ones you like and to come up with your own. This list is in no particular order. Choose one of the categories below, or scroll through and read them all.

6 Ways to Preserve Your Family’s Living Legacy

Posted On 31 Jan 2018 By : 

6 Ways to Preserve Your Family’s Living Legacy

Working on your family’s living legacy will not only provide your loved ones with a precious, tangible attachment to you after you are gone, but will also improve your level of happiness, life satisfaction and psychological well being.

Read our top six tips for preserving your living legacy:

1. Collect Family Recipes

2. Make an Audio or Video Recording

3. Make a Family Tree

4. Make a Family Time Capsule

5. Transcribe Favorite Memories

6. Sponsor a Park Bench or Tree

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