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The Invisibles

I had the amazing honor of being a guest on the #BCSM tweet chat a few days ago. Next week, this community celebrates four years of serving breast cancer survivors, their caregivers, and healthcare professionals. Our main topic was caregiving…something close to my...

Coaching – GPS System For Your Life

What is keeping you on track to achieving your goals? Are you on a clear path or have you wandered into unknown territory without a map? I love my GPS system. It saves me time, money and loads of frustration. There are very few destinations I head to anymore without...

Rattling the Caregiver’s Cage

It can be difficult to admit it, but there can be those days as a caregiver where you feel trapped by your circumstances.  It’s natural and okay.  I know as much as I loved my late husband, there were times when it was all just too much for one person to...

Professional Caregiving ~ Get the Scoop

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. Perhaps your loved one has pets.  Anyone who has read my posts about Roxy, the Rottweiler I had for over twelve years...

When Caregiving Becomes Too Much – Part 2

In yesterday’s blog, When Caregiving Becomes Too Much, I highlighted five key signs that it is time to bring in the professionals. Today, I’ve invited Susan Dost (CEO) and Jeromy Meyer (Director of Community Outreach and Client Services) from Sheridan Care to share...

When Caregiving Becomes Too Much ~ Part 1

Often those care giving for family members dealing with aging or other chronic illnesses beyond cancer contact me for tools and support.  Caregiving is caregiving…it doesn’t matter whether your loved one is dealing with the effects of cancer, Alzheimer’s, Multiple...
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