When a loved one is living abroad, it can be difficult for families to stay strong. Distance creates physical and emotional barriers that can make it hard to connect. According to a study by the Pew Research Center, more than half (54%) of U.S. adults say they have a family member living in another country, and nearly a quarter (24%) have a relative living in a foreign country who is not a close relative.
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Family and friends of cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy, often struggle with providing the things and support that really matter. Although there are many different ways you can help your loved one deal with chemo, some may be a little more useful than others are. From wigs and warm blankets to bright flowers and entertainment, give your friend or family member something that counts. Below are four care package necessities anyone going through chemo will appreciate. Continue reading “Kind Gestures: 4 Care Package Necessities For Chemotherapy Patients”
So, your child will be off to summer camp soon, a nice break for parents and children alike. But, you want to ensure your child still feels loved and cared for at summer camp. So, what do you do? Well, you can send along a care package. Here is a guide to summer camp care packages 101.
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