Five impactors that lead to elderly depression and anger
A worried senior woman at home felling very bad

WASHINGTON, JUly 31, 2017 – Meltdowns are natural occurrences in life. Everyone experience it, from children to teenagers, up to adults. Unfortunately, meltdowns among elderlies are the hardest to handle. Mood swings among seniors often result from poor health, pain, stress, and dissatisfaction and loss of dignity which lead them to lash out against you and…

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