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The imperfect wedding: ‘Father of the Bride’ shares PPA story

Kimberly Williams-Paisley so vividly captures the experience of a loved one suffering from frontal lobe brain degeneration (PPA), her book “Where the Light Gets...

A month later: Sorrow and hurt, gratitude and self-care

This is a column about hurt and sorrow, self-care and gratitude. Let’s start with the hurt. A month after my dad’s death, I am still hurting....

Upon death, ’91 note found: ‘I might have to live in...

  It has been three weeks now since dad has passed. Mostly, I’m experiencing feelings of relief. But also, lots of affirmation and vindication. Although I hate...

Praise God: Finally Reunited With Dad Today After 108 Days Apart

Praise God. I was reunited with my dad today after 108 days. This photo is in the chapel of his new nursing home. He was...

Mother-Son Team Shine a Light on a Rare Form of Dementia...

A rare form of dementia... When I explain to people that my dad has FTD, or frontotemporal dementia, most people don’t know what it is. But...