Dear Friends of ParentingOurParents, I’ve never been a fan of New Years’ Resolutions. It always seemed too easy to miss that daily trip to the gym by January 10th and then it felt “downhill” from there. But I’ve long since enjoyed and recommended creating a list of New Years’ Aspirations/Inspirations.
Many of us remember Howard Zinn from his days of being a critic of the Vietnam War. I found his thoughts here to be highly inspirational and fitting to post as we celebrate our nation’s Independence and try to make sense out of recent developments in our country. “To
Choosing gifts for loved ones is often difficult, and finding the perfect present for someone elderly can be especially challenging. You want to avoid buying something that they may feel unable to use, and instead choose a thoughtful gift that they’ll appreciate –– and which may even make them
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
There are lots of situations where a person could feel lonely, especially during the holidays. You could feel lonely as a “singleton” in a room full of couples, or when you’re sick and alone, or on a “special” day that not even your best friend remembers. You could feel