Caregiving Emotions

December 3, 2018

Does My Child Have Autism

November 30, 2018

Late Stage and End-of-Life Care

In the final stages of many terminal illnesses, care priorities tend to shift. Instead of ongoing curative measures, the focus often changes to palliative care for the relief of pain, symptoms, and emotional stress. Ensuring a […]
November 5, 2018

15 Truths About Self-Love We All Need To Remember

Self-love is about more than bubble baths. Self-love is about the way you view yourself, speak to yourself, treat yourself, and the dreams you have for your life. Here are 15 truths about self-love we all […]
October 24, 2018

Self-Care Tips for Caregivers

October 23, 2018

Caring for Mixed Age Groups

October 11, 2018

7 THINGS YOU SHOULD NEVER SAY TO YOUR AGING PARENTS

When helping aging parents, we may accidentally say things that make them upset or disrespected. To make conversations more positive while still achieving the goal of helping them, Caring.com shares 7 things not to say and what to […]
August 30, 2018

A Husband’s Reflections – Starting a New Life After Six Years of Caregiving

Our friend Stan *lost his wife Julie* after a six-year courageous and exhausting battle that started with a diagnosis of breast cancer. About a year after Julie’s death, when a group of our friends got together […]
August 29, 2018

Acceptance: The Greatest Emotional Struggle of Caregiving?

A few months ago, when we asked our 18-year-old grandson if he knew where he wanted to go to college following graduation, he said, “I want to go somewhere on the East Coast.” When we asked […]
June 21, 2018

Rocks and Caregivers… What’s The Connection?

Rocks and caregiving do not seem compatible in the same sentence or have an obvious connection. Rocks may seem ordinary, seemingly useless and taken for granted. Rocks may even seem unchanging; however, they do go through […]

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