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Lessons I’ve Learned

Lessons I’ve Learned

When life as you know it comes crashing down, and the way out requires completely recreating yourself, you learn critical life lessons. We evolve, adapt, and transform to be able to survive and go on, facing the unexpected, unanticipated, and sometimes undesired...

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The Value of Coaching

The Value of Coaching

What is the value of coaching? It's a valid question and one that, no doubt, each person will respond to differently depending on their experience. For me, it was life-changing. Reading this quote by Carl Jung, Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct...

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More Tips ‘n Tools for Caregivers

More Tips ‘n Tools for Caregivers

When caregivers support themselves, they are able to regenerate, re-energize and re-source. Doing so increases longevity as a caregiver and feeds the well of patience and understanding. In my blog post, Self Care Isn't SELF-ish, I shared three tips included...

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Self Care Isn’t SELF-ish

Self Care Isn’t SELF-ish

A caregiver whose mother is suffering from Alzheimer’s recently shared a common concern I often hear. “I know I am stressed and exhausted from several years of caring for my mother but I just can’t seem to find the time to do anything for myself. I feel guilty if I...

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