Caregiver Not So Caring

Enabling Series. Part II By Meena Dhanjal Outlaw I’m sure at some point you have hired a service to your home.  It could be to mow your lawn or clean your house. If it’s a maid they perform a deep cleaning or a regular cleaning.  You pay them and then they leave....

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ETIQUETTE 101

Manners are Universal By Meena Dhanjal Outlaw We cannot control how others act but there are times when I venture out to run my errands or drop my kids to school when I just wish people would remember that manners are universal.   I confess that sometimes I daydream...

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Helping Your Child Cope With a Crisis

Coping Skills for Children By  Meena Dhanjal Outlaw Fifteen years ago, after my spinal cord injury, I changed my type of parenting for my then three-week-old son, and my three-year-old daughter. My daughter, who witnessed my fall from the balcony, also felt a further...

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Loving Hovering Caregivers

Enabling Series. Part I By Meena Dhanjal Outlaw One Sunday morning during service at the church I watched as my five-year-old son walks down the aisle along with other children to place his dollar bill in the offering basket, hug the priest, and walk back to daddy who...

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The Best You Possible! My Spouse Wants to Leave

Where Do I Go From Here? By Meena Dhanjal Outlaw It is a fact that most marriages do not survive after a spouse becomes disabled, whether from injury or illness. As someone who had experienced this reality first hand, I can tell you that there are several emotions one...

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Super Foods for a Super Me

The Natural Healer By Meena Dhanjal Outlaw In addition to sustaining a spinal cord injury fifteen years ago, late 2015 I was diagnosed with Myasthenia Gravis, a neuromuscular autoimmune disease. It is treatable but the only cure is remission.Roblox HackBigo Live Beans...

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The Best You Possible – Faith and Illness

Exercising Your Faith During Illness By Meena Dhanjal Outlaw              “Faith is confidence or trust in a person or thing; or the observance of an obligation from loyalty; or fidelity to a person, promise, engagement; or a belief not based on proof; or it may refer...

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So, What’s the Deal with Parking

Parking For the Disabled By Meena Dhanjal Outlaw Just recently, I drove into a parking lot and as I got ready to park my van, I noticed a car already parked there whereby the driver was unloading some items.  I pulled down my window and poked my head out with a big...

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Being your own health advocate

By Meena Dhanjal Outlaw The moment I had my spinal cord injury sixteen years ago it was obvious that the type of medical attention I need is by doctors who understand a spinal cord injury.  The problem I had was I lived further away from the rehabilitation facility...

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