Good Versus Evil in America

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AuthorHouse, 2003 - Political Science - 204 pages
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Have you ever wondered what it would be like to have one more conversation with a grandparent? Family history that has been lost can never be recaptured. Why wait any longer? Mem-A-Rem is a book especially designed to preserve family history, encourage therapeutic life review, cross generational lines, or just entertain a loved one.

Mem-A-Rem was constructed with the hope of creating one more opportunity for family and friends to learn about their loved ones in a one-on-one, group, or conversational setting. The manual is composed of thirty-three topics with ten questions per topic.

Mem-A-Rem can be used in retirement homes by group leaders. Psychotherapists have used such methods for years; this manual can be a valuable additional tool. Peabody says, "Medical studies show that talking about the past can facilitate healthy responses in the elderly." When recorded these memories can also be a great legacy to their families.

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