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                Your Life Journals are what you wish them to be. They can be private for family, restricted for friends, public and even anonymous & all with live video and pictures.

                                It’s a place you can create for the future so your loved ones or those you invite can log in and get some special time with you when they need you.

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            Tell the story of your life; leave your daily “I love you’s”, your favourite jokes, bedtime stories for the young ones, share life stories, recall and share old memories, recipes etc.

                                                                             You can do this with family and make it as much fun as you like. It is only limited only by you.                                                                

                                                                                              Congratulations, you have taken the first step in creating your life legacy


No regrets.

I often struggle with negative thoughts which sometimes lead me to a self-made circle of doom. "It's your fault." "This is a punishment for your past mistakes." It's overwhelming. At a certain point, it stops. That happens when I force myself to look at what I have now. My family, my friends, my life experiences, my success stories; they are everything that defines me...

Posted by Amanda Conti on Sun 27th May 2018 1:48pm


A Memorial Day Wish

Good day all, I am a veteran with PTSD. I found out late in the game that, for me at least, talking about what triggers your PTSD episodes will help with not only lessening the effects, but it will help keep you healthy as well. Stress, heart related problems due to that, clogged vessels, etc....This is going to make my time...

Posted by John Freedom on Wed 23rd May 2018 3:56pm


I enjoy creating these videos for my daughter and son.  By leaving these behind, I know they'll always have a part of me around and they won't feel so alone. They'll be able to feel their mother's love and hear their mother's wisdom. I know that they can listen to my voice say, "I love you" over and over again. My daughter...

Posted by Beth Wright on Wed 23rd May 2018 3:40pm


Stay On Your Best Behaviour

Hi, my name is James and I have lung cancer. In a support group the other day we were asked how we are handling the day to day facing of our own mortality. We all have to go sometime, but those without a disease of some sort know they will probably live longer than those of us who have something. That...

Posted by J Abshire on Tue 8th May 2018 2:07pm


I still care about the world.

Dealing with a terminal illness takes a lot of focus and energy. I work on keeping my thoughts and heart in check, staying positive and supportive of each other. It seems so easy to lose ourselves in sadness and fear if we forget to do that for a second. Sometimes it's just different. I hear about the space exploration and I'm...

Posted by Amanda Conti on Fri 27th Apr 2018 12:19am


The Beautiful Death of My Aunt Lily-Anne

Recently mum and I found a way to re-connect by sharing family photographs. One person figured in a lot of the photos from my father's family. His sister, my Aunt Lily-Anne. We have many happy memories of her and, inevitably, we got around to talking about her death when she was 54. Which really was a beautiful death and has...

Posted by Annette Fisher on Fri 20th Apr 2018 6:49am


All the small things - Pt. 2

Since people seemed to enjoy my last entry, I'm writing up another list of some of the small, awesome things that happen in life. I'm always looking to add more things to my list, so please, leave me a message on the message board (a feature I love but sadly never use), on my introduction thread, or shoot me a...

Posted by Emily Parkes on Mon 16th Apr 2018 12:53am


A time to love myself

I was talking about communication in the forum, but right now I just want to take time for myself. It has been an exhausting journey so far with some joyous moments here and there. I feel like I can lose them all if I don't take time to slow down and remember. Taking time for ourselves is as important as giving...

Posted by Carl Jones on Wed 11th Apr 2018 1:16am


More Than My Disease

I created this list when I first learned I had dementia.  I guess I just didn't want to lose myself.
I am resourceful.  I can make clothes in a snap in any style, I can grow nutritious food in the poorest dirt, I can fix most things around the house.
I am gregarious.  I...

Posted by Joanna Moore on Sat 7th Apr 2018 2:32pm


Mom Died Alone and It Hurts

My mom died in December 2011. She died alone in her bathroom. My brother found her. he had tried calling her that morning and got no reply. He lived an hour from her and drove over. She didn't answer her doorbell so he let himself in and found her. She was already dead. He used her emergency call device and they...

Posted by Nell Hardwick on Tue 3rd Apr 2018 6:35am


All the small things

I talked about this briefly in the forum, but I wanted to speak a little bit more about it here.

To keep things light in my videos (and in my life), I've been collecting a list of small things that have brought me joy. It makes me feel like I'm able to...

Posted by Emily Parkes on Mon 26th Mar 2018 4:27pm


We Are Not Old, We Are Comfortable!

My lung disease has progressed to the point where I've become a homebody, just sitting in the recliner hooked up to oxygen, watching television. It's been a little lonesome, even with family here because they have work and school and just go about their daily lives. We'll, I adopted an old dog a month ago. Beau, that's his name, is...

Posted by Josh Reynolds on Sat 24th Mar 2018 3:41pm