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MIGRAINES: CAN VISION THERAPY HELP?

People who suffer from migraines sometimes receive visual clues telling them one of these often-debilitating headaches is coming. Migraines can be included....

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LETTER FROM THE EDITOR

Dear Friends,

I have an older relative (in their late 70s) who, whenever I call to check on them, groans and says, “I’m here. I’m hanging.” Then they launch into a litany of all their aches and pains and woes and worries. For an optimistic, hopeful person like myself, it’s hard to listen to the endless complaints (and I never get a chance to share what’s going on with me). I suspect this person is merely mirroring the way they observed older people acted when

they were young. They listened as they listed all the things going wrong in their lives, as if to outdo others or at least solicit sympathy. I think this relative of mine thinks this is how older people are supposed to act. No offense (and I do listen), but I am more eager to listen to older people who, when you ask how and what they’re doing, start sharing how they’re getting out and about, planning trips and participating in the world. Sometimes they make me feel I’m not doing enough to keep up with them! I know a lot of older people have ongoing aches and pains, but I also believe the main purpose in life is to enjoy yourself and get out there, despite those aches and pains, and –

Live Life Like You Mean It,

Tanya

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