During these days of Covid-19 with so much isolation and self-quarantining being required of our beloved seniors, it’s crucial for us to know about, consider and combat the extraordinary health risks associated with loneliness and isolation. Scientists say loneliness can pose as serious a health risk as smoking 15 cigarettes
Are You Re-Examining Your Life While Staying Home? Maybe A Career Change Where You’d Find More Meaning?
Like you, I’ve been staying home and my time has been spent “seeing” clients on the phone and via Zoom, FaceTime and Skype. As I listen to them and to my friends, I hear a consistent theme: that living with this pandemic and its impact, many of us are finding ourselves
To my beloved POP community: What is POParenting? It’s caring with love, patience and useful tools for those loved ones who once cared for us and now need us to help them. What POParenting is NOT: “taking over someone’s life,” being a harsh disciplinarian, issuing orders. None of these
Corona Crisis Making You Anxious? All Alone Now? Or, Everyone Under One Roof? POP Family Coaching Deep Discount!
To my beloved POP community: If you’re reading this, it’s likely you are the middle-aged POParent of someone now deemed “elderly,” or – oh, my! you ARE the “at risk elderly,” even though you and I may still consider ourselves Baby Boomers and might be in fine health. So, my
70% of All Caregivers Over the Age of 70 Die First: Recognizing and Responding to ‘Caregiver Syndrome’
This headline is definitely a heart-stopper and a brain twister. How can that possibly be? “Caregiver Syndrome“ is an increasingly popular way to describe the results of caring for an ill or dying loved one in terms of the impact on the caregiver’s physical health, mental health, and emotional
Parenting Our Parents (POP) Foundation’s Founder and CEO Jane Wolf Frances Featured in Kaiser Health News
We are pleased to share with you Parenting Our Parents (POP) Foundation’s Founder and CEO Jane Wolf Frances’ feature in Kaiser Health News along with Loi Eberle, whom Jane POP Family Coached and who later became a POP Coach herself to help others. Parenting our aging parents when they say
We At Parenting Our Parents (POP) Are Filled With Gratitude and Ready to Transform the Challenges into a Journey of Love This Holiday Season and Beyond
The Parenting Our Parents (POP) Foundation has become aligned with the amazing Creative Visions Foundation! What does that mean for YOU? You can help help support the important mission you’ve shared with us to transform the challenges of Parenting Our Parents (POP) into the remarkable journey of love we
Can it be possible that you’re old enough to have a Mom who herself could use a special gift from you this year, a gift that only you can give her? After years of giving you “all she’s got,” can you imagine that your Mother might this year be tired?
What do you think about this survey, showing that more than half of Finnish residents won’t care for aging parents?? We at www.ParentingOurParents.org are deeply concerned that this may be an international trend. And consider who will help you if you’re a senior, or a POParent, when and if “immigration
Ever thought about things you’d do differently when you’re “old? How old would that be? How mature would you like to become? Article originally published in the New York Times Soon after my 50th birthday, 10 years ago, I started keeping a list of “Things I will do/things I won’t do