Worried About Your Memory? It May NOT be Dementia! – By Sally Davis

Memory lapses are not always what you or your loved one thinks it is! Many adults north of 50 years of age begin to worry about becoming forgetful and fear it may be the first sign of dementia. This presentation is designed to alleviate your fears and to inform you and your family that just because it may take you longer to recall a name…

Are You “Too Blessed to be Stressed”? – By Dr. Sidney Hankerson

Sunday morning after church service, Deacon Johnson was on his way out and getting ready to watch the Washington Redskins football game. He bumped into Miss Watson and warmly asked her, “How are you feeling this fine Sunday morning?” Miss Watson had recently suffered terrible losses, because she unexpectedly lost her job and her mother died two weeks ago. Miss Watson forced a half-smile, lifted…

I Can and I Will – By Dr. Lorna Bradley

A few months ago I introduced my readers to Elizabeth Elder and how her journey of self-discovery and acceptance in the midst of raising kids with special needs inspired her to run a marathon.  You can read that original post by clicking here to learn more about Elizabeth’s story. After just a few months of training in the heat and humidity of a record-breaking Houston summer,…