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Health Planning and Strategies for those aging, advice for families: Aging Bravely: Shut Up and Stop Your Whining Paperback

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“I see it every day- families in full panic mode because no one had a plan for dealing with an elder parent’s health situation” Will this be you? This book is the first complete how-to guide to aid boomers and their children in this complicated and sometimes scary stage of life. It provides easy to understand insight into critical matters such as advance directives, living wills, DNR orders, driving and living arrangements etc. with the aim of making those family discussions as painless as possible. Avoid the harsh consequences of failing to adequately prepare for what may lie ahead such as expensive lawsuits and family fights. Its all done with humor and keen insights. So be prepared to Age Bravely.
Review from Dr. J. Benenate, Oncologist
All of these outcomes, and many other tragic ones as well, are easily avoided by simple foresight and planning. Unfortunately, the need for decisions to be made may come sooner and unexpectedly. In fact, any one over the age of 30 should read this book and act accordingly.

Read this book, follow all its recommendations, and you will be on your way to aging bravely.
All the best, Dr. J. Benenate, DO

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One Expat’s thoughts on how life abroad is ruining her daughter’s life

After living abroad for a year and a half now (in the Mexican Caribbean and the Marshall Islands) with my 7-year-old daughter, I have compiled a list of the many reasons this has ruined my daughter’s life forever. I have ruined my daughter’s life because… 1. She gets confused as to which language to speak. [...]

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What it is like being an expat, why we do it

mytefl.net reported…”What do expats want? A change. Why? Either they have reached a dead end or are bored stiff with their lives. Either way they have a driving need to widen their horizon, start afresh in a new country. As an expat I met all sorts: those driven to Asia for economic reasons, those tied [...]

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Five Overseas Retirement Destinations, the good and the bad

Salon.com reported Retiring abroad is probably not something your grandparents thought about. During the post-war period (1945-1960), American seniors had a decent shot at combining pensions, Social Security and savings to live happily ever after. Not anymore. In their wisdom, American policy makers have arranged things so that huge swaths of the population cannot retire [...]

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France: Anti-Semitism contributing to migration of Jewish Frenchmen to New York

observer.com reported Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, reads Lady Liberty’s welcome. Every year since New York City’s founding, tens of thousands have crossed over the Atlantic to trade in their European chapeaux for American caps. This year, New York has increasingly become home to one particular population [...]

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Guatemala: Village where group of Ortholox Jews settled, force group to move

bbc.com reported Some 230 members of an Orthodox Jewish group have begun leaving a village in western Guatemala after a bitter row with the local indigenous community. The Lev Tahor members were asked to leave San Juan La Laguna after meetings with elders of the Mayan community. The elders accused the Jews of shunning the [...]

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China investigating Canadian expat couple for suspected theft of military, intelligence information

theguardian.com reported China investigating Canadian couple suspected of intelligence theft Relatives have been unable to reach Kevin and Julia Dawn Garratt, who run a cafe in Dandong near North Korean border China is investigating a Canadian Christian couple living near the border with North Korea for the suspected theft of military and intelligence information, its [...]

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New Law July 1, 2014 may impact U.S. expats residing overseas

American Citizens Abroad, Inc The Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) is having a negative impact on the U.S. economy, U.S. financial markets, American businesses operating abroad and American citizens who work and reside overseas. American Citizens Abroad (ACA) is working hard to educate the legislature and decision makers to inform them of the many [...]

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Interviews with Expats in Ecuador

EXPAT INTERVIEWS – ECUADOR Ecuador without question is on the map of most anyone considering moving abroad. There have been a number of promoters and press outlets touting the low cost of living, remarkable geography and culture of Ecuador. Any time someone considers a move overseas, it is serious business and the more information you [...]

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EXPAT INTERVIEWS ECUADOR: New Book Release

Ecuador without question is on the map of most anyone considering moving abroad. There have been a number of promoters abilify dosage and press outlets touting the low cost of living, remarkable geography and culture of Ecuador. Any time someone considers a move overseas, it is serious business and the more information you have, the [...]

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