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Wednesday, September 21, 2005

The worst way to calm someone down. Go read it! You'll be glad you did.

An article that really resonates on "Incapacity Planning" for the elderly, and how it affects those close to them. Bobby's beeen putting up some stories that really resonate lately.

If you're looking for a fun diversion, I highly recommend Throw Paper.

2 Comments:

Blogger Robert A. Feisee, JD, CFP(R) Professional said...

I like the counterintuitive approach in dealing with people who are tense or "stressed out". I see people who are in high stress situations all the time. I will give it a try. I seem to pick up something new everytime I read your blog. Thanks.

1:26 PM  
Blogger SUN said...

I put a link to that article in my blog...thanks...it was helpful...good luck

8:31 AM  

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