The Institute for Research on Unlimited Love

Works of Love
A Newsletter of  The Institute for Research on Unlimited Love

February 24, 2017

Greetings Friends:

Hoping that some of you will be in touch this spring as a few speeches and programs have me out and about. Catch you in:

Seattle on March 23 doing a keynote entitled “Rx It’s Good to be Good: Prescribing Volunteerism for Happiness, Health, Resilience & Longevity,” for the State of Washington Healthy Worksite Annual Summit;

Connecticut on April 6 doing the Plenary Address entitled “Hope in Caring for Deeply Forgetful People: Enduring Selfhood and Being Open to Surprises” for the Alzheimer’s Association 20th Annual Educational Conference. This is the 20th anniversary conference, and believe it or not, 20 years ago I gave the plenary at the first conference!;

Cincinnati on April 20 to present “The Darkening Shadow of Adolescent Addiction to Alcohol and Drugs: Spiritual Hope and Solutions in Painful Times” for Cincinnati Children’s Hospital with colleagues Matt Lee of the University of Akron and Maria E. Pagano of University Hospitals of Cleveland;

Portland, Oregon on April 27 to present in the Distinguished Madeline Brill Nelson Speaker Series, “Why Deeply Forgetful People Matter: Hope, Self-Identity and Health Care Ethics for Individuals with Dementia,” at the Oregon Health Science University.

To catch up on video activities, see my website: “eBay-Here’s Why Holiday Gifting Gives You all the Feels

FYI, if you are interested in studying with me, apply to our MA program in Medical Humanities, Compassionate Care and Bioethics.

Thanks everyone, and take care.




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