Author Archives: Pamela Stone

elderly care
Family & Friends

Loving Across the Miles: Caring for Aging Parents

As our parents get older—and become ill or are no longer able to fully care for themselves—children living at a distance are faced with pressing problems. Most can't travel back and forth to provide sufficient help. They probably feel guilty about that—or regretful. Some aren't familiar with the area's social… Read More
  • Pamela Stone |
  • July 7, 2018
getting over your grief
Marriage & Divorce

Getting Over Your Grief: Learning to Let Go After a Loss

After the age of 50, many of us are facing change. True, it could be a good change, but this is not always the case. Did you know that most marriages end after only seven years? Also, 75 percent of second marriages end in divorce. And, women usually outlive their… Read More
  • Pamela Stone |
  • March 2, 2018
money matters
Money & Finance

Money Matters: Having Everything May Lead to Having Nothing

Finding yourself suddenly single is a journey that must be traveled. There are no shortcuts. But there is hope. As former governor Ann Richards said after her divorce, "You should never depend on another human being for your income. Financial security is the greatest security there is." But what about… Read More
  • Pamela Stone |
  • October 2, 2017

About Pamela Stone

Pamela Stone

Pamela Stone is an author, journalist, speaker and award-winning writer and essayist. She's served on the staffs of the Los Angeles TimesThe Dallas Morning News and the Dallas Times Herald. Her articles on women, senior and family issues were distributed by The Chicago Tribune, New York Times and Los Angeles Times syndicates. Pam's articles on women/family issues were featured on the the Phil Donahue Show, PBS radio and KDFW-TV, FOX.  She has written for: Huffington Post, Family Circle, Success, Nurseweek and USA Today. She also writes for the online sites Seniorwomen.com and YouTube. In 2001 Pam authored A Woman's Guide to Living Alone: 10 Ways to Survive Grief and Be Happy. Currently, she's writing a book about long-distance caregiving. Connect with Pamela through email and at her website www.pamstonewriter.com.  Pam's book is available at bookstores and at Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com