Paradise Villa assisted living 58-bed in Santa Cruz

Welcome to Paradise Villa Assisted Living and Memory Care.  Our Senior Living Community is conveniently located in Santa Cruz, CA on 17th Avenue.  We are a dignified & affordable solution for families seeking Assisted Living Care.  That’s because for over 40 years we have hosted a thriving Assisted Living Community.  We welcome you to take a look around and get to know us. Shared rooms start at $4775 per month.

Rather than going to Carmel or Monterey and pay $11k, bring your love ones to Santa Cruz, Paradise Villa. Contact connie at 408-854-1883

There are 6-bed and 12-bed care homes in the Alameda county and other care homes in the bayarea. Contact Connie to refer you to these facilities.

The bottom line when looking for care facilities to bring your parents is the caring CNA , home health, staff and caregivers who will be with your parents 24/7.

If you prefer holistic care in the comfort of your homes in the bay area, Motherhealth caregivers are available 408-854-1883

Free weight loss zoom training tips 7am

Email connie at motherhealth@gmail.com for daily weight loss tips training via zoom. Only need referrals in life insurance in the USA and home caregivers in the bay area.

Weight loss plan involves daily habits, drink, meals, naps, sleep, activities, breathing, stretching, grounding, nutrition, herbs, physiology, meds and tips from connie.

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Healthy or unhealthy people for you by Elinor Greenberg

  • 5 Easy Tips for Discerning whether People Are Healthy or Unhealthy for You.

Tip 1: How do you feel when you are with them?

This is the easiest way to tell if people are healthy or unhealthy for you. If being with them leads to you feeling inadequate, boring, discouraged, ugly, stupid, ashamed, or otherwise bad about yourself, they are likely to be unhealthy for you.

If, however, whenever you are with them you are so entertained and stimulated by your interaction that you forget to be self-conscious and you are comfortable and relaxed, they are likely to be healthy for you.

Tip 2: Are you your best self when you are in their company?

Some people bring out our best self. When we are with them, we act wisely and kindly and say and do interesting things. We feel smart, interesting, and capable.

Other people lead us into trouble by evoking the less pleasant aspects of our personality. It may be as simple as engaging in nasty gossip or as dangerous as encouraging us to shoot heroin. Many people have found themselves drawn into destructive and criminal acts by so-called “friends” that they normally would have avoided. There is a reason we are warned: Beware of the company you keep.

Tip 3: When you leave, do you feel better, worse, or the same as before?

This may vary a bit if you are extraverted or introverted by nature, but in general there are some people who give more than they take and others who will leave you drained and in pain.

Energy Vampires—These are the people who suck the life out of you. When you leave their company, you feel drained and exhausted. Other people give back at least as much energy as they take. Obviously, if you repeatedly feel as if you are sucked dry after spending time with them, the are not healthy for you.

Put Down Artists—These are the people who make jokes at your expense or subtly devalue you. After you spend time with them, you always feel worse about yourself.

Enliveners—They stimulate you. After you leave, you feel energized and better than before you were with them.

Obviously it is healthier for you to spend time with “Enliveners” than with “Energy Vampires” and “Put Down Artists.”

If you interact with someone and leave the interaction feeling pretty similar to how you were before it, this person can be thought of as fairly neutral where your mental health is concerned.

Tip 4: Do you feel more creative and inspired after being in their company?

Muses—All of us have a creative side. Some people are very gifted in inspiring other people to think in a new way or come up with a new project. If you feel more creative and inspired after being with certain people, they are healthy for you.

Tip 5: Do you do physically and mentally healthy activities together?

There are some people who are good influences on us. In its simplest form, we find ourselves eating better, exercising more, and having mentally stimulating conversations when we are in their company. These are the friends who encourage us to sign up with them to study that new language we always wanted to learn, or take up tap dancing, meditation, or Tai Chi.

There are other people whose idea of an exciting social evening includes drinking, drugging, and eating till they pass out after having unprotected sex with strangers. Obviously they are on a self-destructive path, bent on wrecking their own health, and are happy to wreck yours as well.

Punchline: If you pay attention to how you feel when you are with specific people, what types of activities you do together, and how you feel later; you will be able to discern which friends or lovers are healthy for you and which should be avoided.

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Elinor Greenberg, PhD, CGP

In private practice in NYC and the author of the book: Borderline, Narcissistic, and Schizoid Adaptations.

http://www.elinorgreenberg.com

Protect Social Security, Medicare, and the US Postal Service

Protect Social Security, Medicare, and the US Postal Service. Vote

In the absence of a social security, you can create your own pension at Athene Fixed Index Annuity and other annuity products for tax less, safe, avoids probate and have no market downside participation. Receive 10% bonus. Connie Dello Buono, Life License 0G60621 ; 408-854-1883 ; http://www.lifeisurance4women.com ; connie@connielifeins.com

Medicare is the federal health insurance program for:

  • People who are 65 or older
  • Certain younger people with disabilities
  • People with End-Stage Renal Disease (permanent kidney failure requiring dialysis or a transplant, sometimes called ESRD)

What are the parts of Medicare?

The different parts of Medicare help cover specific services:

  • Medicare Part A (Hospital Insurance)
    Part A covers inpatient hospital stays, care in a skilled nursing facility, hospice care, and some home health care.
  • Medicare Part B (Medical Insurance)
    Part B covers certain doctors’ services, outpatient care, medical supplies, and preventive services.
  • Medicare Part D (prescription drug coverage)
    Helps cover the cost of prescription drugs (including many recommended shots or vaccines).

The United States Postal Service is an independent agency of the executive branch of the United States federal government responsible for providing postal service in the United States, including its insular areas and associated states.

We need all three especially seniors. Every day there are 10000 people turning 65 yrs of age. Let’s help our seniors navigate retirement/pension, health insurance and availability of the postal service.