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Holidays and Healthy Wishes
November 26th, 2009

Now that the Holidays are right around the corner, we want to stay connected to our loved ones, especially if they are facing medical challenges. What are the best ways to do that?

1. Stay in contact on a regular basis. I think email is best particularly if they are in a serious situation, they might not have the energy to talk on the phone, and repeat the same story over and over again. Even if they never answer you back, keep the contact coming. Believe me, it is something that always gives some one a pick me up, knowing that someone is thinking of them.
2. Let them know that it is Ok not to respond, NO accounting! You are there for them at the moment and you just want them to know that you are thinking of them and they’re for them, to help when possible.

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