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By Pamela D. Wilson, CSA, MS, BS/BA, CG
In wedding vows we promise to love, honor, cherish and care until death do us part. When this involves caring for an incapacitated husband or wife what exactly does this mean? Does it mean no longer seeing friends, attending social activities, attending to our own health or living life as we once knew it? How far should we go in giving up our lives to care for another?
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Brain Health Interview with Dr Bryan Kolb
Interview with Dr. Bryan Kolb, Principal Investigator Behavioral Neurosciences, University of Lethbridge, Canada (podcast 8:06 playing time) Click the Play button below to listen: