Stop Emotional Concussions

February 19, 2013Addiction to Alcohol, Carey Sipp, Children of Alcoholics, Concussions, ShareWIK Courses, ShareWIK Experts and Authors

  With all the news about concussions: the long-term impact, cumulative impact, risk versus reward in letting kids play football and crash into each other versus experiencing teamwork, hard work, the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat, I believe we, as parents and people who love children, need to think about another type … Read More

Visiting a Man with Alcohol Dementia is Just… Sad

January 23, 2013Addiction to Alcohol, Dementia & Alzheimer's Disease, Jan Jaben-Eilon, ShareWIK Courses, ShareWIK Experts and Authors

Dementia comes in many types, shapes and a cacophony of colors, but in every case, it’s not a pretty picture. Dementia, according to a government website,  is a mostly irreversible loss of brain function that affects memory, thinking, language, judgment and behavior. Although Alzheimer’s is the most common, and familiar, type of dementia, it’s certainly not the … Read More