Support Group Meeting

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Sunday March 20, 2022 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Monthly on the third Sunday

45 S Rd, Farmington, CT  (map)

A monthly support group for FTD caregivers and families.

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Reply srmih351
12:00 PM on November 18, 2022 
Reply ggpcy908
11:44 AM on November 18, 2022 
Reply CarmenLew
1:57 PM on November 6, 2022 
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Reply CarterBeere
9:11 AM on July 5, 2022 
Age of miracles is past - The.
Don't upset the apple-cart Link to proverb.
The road to hell is paved with good intentions Link to proverb.
Bread always falls buttered side down Link to proverb.
A house is not a home.
If you can't beat em, join em.
All's for the best in the best of all possible worlds.
Reply Mariodoott
4:28 AM on June 30, 2022 
But one key difference is that for a phrase to be truly aphoristic, it needs to be a short statement.
And since they’re universal truths about life, they help persuade your reader to accept your message.
This famous motto highlights the truism that life is full of ups and downs.
You create them.
Let me ask you.
The origins of this saying are open for debate, but it’s primarily attributed to Abraham Lincoln.
Let’s talk about that.
For example.
Aphorisms are so common that we hardly think twice about them.
It’s a great saying, but it’s not something you’d necessarily repeat over the dinner table.
Better safe than sorry is a piece of wisdom from Samuel Lover’s book, Rory O’More.
Check it out.
Picture of Benjamin Franklin and a caption that says "Aphorist Extraordinaire"
Oftentimes, it makes sense to delegate tasks.
Now you might be asking.
Aphorisms can act as a guideline to help narrow the focus of your work.
Reply Thomanifek
6:47 AM on March 18, 2022 
S?lf-Im?r?vem?nt and success go h?nd in hand. Taking the ste?s to m?k? y?urself ? b?tter and mor? w?ll-r?unded individu?l will ?rov? to b? ? wise decision.
The wise p?rson fe?ls the ??in of ?n? ?rrow. The unwise feels the ?ain of two.
Wh?n l??king f?r wise w?rds, the best ones ?ften come from ?ur ?ld?rs.
You've heard th?t it's wis? to le?rn fr?m exp?rienc?, but it is wiser to le?rn from th? ?xperienc? of others.
We t?nd to think of great thinkers and inn?v?tors ?s sol?ists, but the truth is that the greatest inn?vative thinking do?sn't occur in a v?cuum. Inn?vati?n r?sults from coll?boration.
Some of us think h?lding ?n makes us strong, but som?times it is l?tting g?.
But wh?t I've disc?ver?d over time is that s?me ?f th? wisest ?eo?l? I know h?ve also b?en s?m? of th? m?st brok?n ???pl?.
D?n't w?ste your time with expl?n?tions, ?e??le onl? h??r wh?t th?y want to h??r.
To m?ke difficult d?cisions wis?l?, it h?l?s to have a syst?m?tic pr?cess f?r ?ss?ssing each ch?ice and its consequ?nces - th? ??t?nti?l impact on each aspect ?f y?ur life.
E?ch of us ?xperi?nces def??ts in life. We can transform def?at int? victory if w? learn fr?m lif?’s whu??ings.
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3:29 PM on December 20, 2021 
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