Moonwalking with Einstein: The Art and Science of Remembering Everything

Source: Rob Schreckhise via Unsplash.com is licensed under CC 0 1.0 public domain Maybe it is my age or just the people I hang out with, but lately, many of my friends and family members have joked that they cannot remember anything anymore. If I didn’t know better, I’d believe we are in the midst … Read more…

4 Tips to Recall It All

Forget Me Not flowers

Do  you ever find yourself walking into a room only to forget why you made the effort? Do you forget someone’s name, even though you know the person well? Are there days when you fear you’ll forget to pick your child up from an activity? Although we often associate memory loss with dementia and Alzheimer’s … Read more…

All Gone: A Memoir of My Mother’s Dementia, with Refreshments

All Gone: A Memoir of My Mother’s Dementia, with Refreshments By Alex Witchel (c) copyright 2016 Michelle Beckman, Sunday Dinner Stories Synopsis Journalist Alex Witchel shares the “…torturous process of [her mother] disappearing in plain sight…” [p. 9]  Dementia is taking hold of her mother’s mind and body. As Alex cares for her mother, she … Read more…