For the Caregiver: No one teaches you how to do this. It’s often a thankless, arduous job that affects you emotionally, physically, financially and spiritually. The most you can do is your best, and sometimes, even that is hard. We’ve been there, too, and we can help make your job easier. Listen to these voices of experience and maybe you will discover something that applies to your own situation. Let other people help you with your load. It’s okay to ask, we promise! Finally, remember that to take care of others, you must also take care of yourself.
From time to time, we will feature a piece by one of our wonderful guest bloggers, who will generously share their personal experiences with us. We hope you find something useful in this next feature in our guest contributor’s series, with guest blogger Andrea Hawkins. In the last few years I have had to adapt View Post >
What do you say when a friend or loved one receives a potentially devastating diagnosis? You probably have no idea, right? It is a common human reaction, this feeling of not knowing what to say. You don’t want to offend, but you want to let the person know that you care. Honestly, everyone has View Post >