Helpful Caregiver Resources

Last Wednesday, I facilitated a call dedicated to caregivers for the American Cancer Society’s “I Can Cope” Teleclass program (sadly, the program has ended but check out their website for other resources).  During the two hour online class, we...

Worth Repeating Wednesdays ~ Asking for Help

Welcome to the second week of WRW.  This week’s featured link is about knowing when to ask for help. People who have a high amount of compassion and are caregivers tend to put a lot of effort into helping and often don’t recognize when or how to ask for it...

3 More Ways to Overcome Overwhelm

Because feeling overwhelmed is quite common when facing major challenges or life changes, here are three more ways you can address overwhelm include: Get Support ~ if something is feeling so daunting that it creates a high level of stress, it may be time to get some...

3 Tips for Managing Overwhelm

Feeling overwhelmed takes a toll on your physical energy and mental clarity. Here are three tips to help you reduce that feeling: 1.  Assess ~  You know your body well enough to assess if you need immediate medical attention.  I was able to resolve this one time panic...

Down Days

In the film industry, the term down days doesn’t refer to those times you are feeling a bit low.  It means days in between shooting where we shut down.  These can be caused by a lost location, scheduling conflicts and other unanticipated interruptions.  As a...

Re-Center, Re-Focus, Re-Energize

It’s been an exciting and intense fall in the land of coaching.  Growing my business to the next level has required a lot of commitment and investment of time.  Witnessing the major breakthroughs my clients are creating for themselves fuels me to keep on with the...
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