I was 10 when Dances with Wolves came out. I thought it was a beautiful film, but all my family took from it was the humor in nicknaming people after their
Sixteen years ago, I lost someone very close to me, a man who was like a father. When he was diagnosed with cancer, his disease was so advanced doctors couldn’t
A few months ago, my spouse and I sat around a table with my entire family and announced a new member soon to arrive. The energy in the room was
The following is a reflection from a UNC medical student who came to Transitions LifeCare to shadow one of our physicians.
The morning had just begun and Dr. Thompson was taking
For my family, it happened during New Year’s Day supper. In one moment, we were gathering for a light meal to celebrate the New Year as a family, and two
Sometimes we make too big a deal out of it. So big, in fact, that we make it easy to put off. Maybe it seems too difficult to understand what
The change of seasons is upon us as the days cool and nights become longer. If the weather doesn’t remind you of the season, sights of holiday décor lining the