In the past, I tended to ignore things. Pretending something isn’t happening or denying that which we would prefer not to face is a common survival tool. Sometimes it works to our benefit, but most often there comes a point where it sneaks up behind us and bites us in the ass.
Links to three past posts to ensure you find time to relax, have fun and know sometimes it takes consciously choosing it when you’re facing major challenges to include it in your day. A key part of thriving!
With statistics that say as many as one in every two men and one in every three women will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime, it means that many of us, unfortunately, may someday need these tips and resources.
List of links to my record breaking five blog posts in one week last week!
You and your loved one are unique individuals so it is important to identify what you both need when it comes time to choose a professional caregiver. Here’s another helpful list of six key unique needs to consider.
Susan Dost (CEO) and Jeromy Meyer (Director of Community Outreach and Client Services) from Sheridan Care share a list of questions they recommend you ask when it comes time to choose a professional in home caregiver.
Five signs it is time to reach out for help from a professional caregiver.
Tips to help you start living your list instead of just writing it.
We have the right to know what is going on with our health. We need to know certain things to be able to make informed choices. But the degree to which we wish to know the “facts” should also be a choice.
A caregiver client success story using the i-Thrive! System.