Does caregiving leave you feeling exhausted, moody, and overwhelmed?
It can be a lot to handle if you are taking care of someone. Caregiver burnout, compassion fatigue, second-guessing yourself, wondering if you are doing the right thing are all very real. May these ideas and thoughts support your journey while being a health advocate for your loved one.
5 Signs You Need a Respite Break
You're the cook, chauffeur, gardener, personal assistant, maid, nurse, etc. Your goal is to keep paddling, so you keep your head above water. Here are five signs it's time for a respite break. Click to read
5 Tips to Consider When Caregiving
Taking care of your elderly parents or anyone at home is not for the faint of heart.Here are five tips to consider when caregiving for your aging parents or loved ones. Click to read
Creating a Personal Medical History
Knowing a person's medical history is a timesaver and may even be a lifesaver. The best thing you can ever do for yourself and your loved ones (especially elderly parents) is to keep an up-to-date... Click to read
Moments of Gratitude
Is it possible to find gratitude when you’re grieving? Yes. But admittedly, it's not always easy.
You don't need to pretend to be positive all day long when you are grieving to make others feel more comfortable. But it is possible to find 60-seconds each day to be thankful, even if you feel angry, confused, and you simply don't feel like it. This guide shows you how to do it and gives you an unexpected twist that takes this common practice to the next level.
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