caregiver self-care

2610, 2020

7 Tips on How to Make Life More Manageable as a Family Caregiver A Guest Post by Farlyn Lucas

October 26, 2020|Categories: Overcoming Caregiver Fatigue|Tags: , , , , |

Family caregivers have one of the most difficult jobs in society. Their role in our community is incredibly important, and that’s why it’s important for these individuals to treat themselves well. Too often, caregivers burnout and find themselves fighting an uphill battle. Achieving a work/life balance is one of the [...]

904, 2020

“Only in Darkness Can You See the Stars”, Dr. Martin Luther King A Post by Phyllis

April 9, 2020|Categories: Creating A Happy & Inspiring Workplace Culture, Overcoming Caregiver Fatigue|Tags: , , , , , , |

We have all been through stressful times that has caused us to lose sleep because of worry. However, the challenges of responding to the coronavirus is certainly unprecedented. The magnitude of the pandemic threat and the ever-changing protocols used to meet that threat can make it more difficult than ever [...]

2605, 2019

Step 6: Get Rid of Guilt and Stop Functioning for Others A Guest Post by Amanda Ghosh

May 26, 2019|Categories: Overcoming Caregiver Fatigue|Tags: , , , , , |

Welcome back to the series Breaking into the Self-Care Mindset for Professional and Family Caregivers! If you’re new, go back and check out Steps 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 and spend 2-4 weeks implementing the exercises in each step. If you’ve been following along, let’s dive in! The last few [...]

3004, 2019

Step 5. Grieving Perfection: Tackle This and Live a Better Life A Guest Post by Amanda Ghosh

April 30, 2019|Categories: Overcoming Caregiver Fatigue|Tags: , , , , , |

Welcome back to the Breaking into the Self-Care Mindset for Professional and Family Caregivers Series! Today we are on to Step 5 in a 7 Step Process. If you are just joining us, please go back and read Step 1, 2, 3, and 4 and spend at least 2-4 weeks [...]

2603, 2019

10 Tips for New Grads Who Are Still Trying to Land a Job: A Guest Post by Amanda Ghosh

March 26, 2019|Categories: Creating A Happy & Inspiring Workplace Culture|Tags: , , , , , , , |

2018 goals - handwriting in black ink on a sticky note with a Christmas tree New Year resolutions concept. You’ve probably heard more than one person tell you about the nursing shortage. So, you never expected to have to hunt for a job! Unfortunately, despite a real shortage [...]

2103, 2019

Dealing with Your Mind: Step 4 in the Self-Care Mindset for Professional & Family Caregivers A Guest Post by Amanda Ghosh

March 21, 2019|Categories: Overcoming Caregiver Fatigue|Tags: , , , , , , , |

Welcome back to the series on Breaking into a Self-Care Mindset for the Professional and Family Caregiver! So far, we’ve re-connected to our true selves in Step 1, built our self-worth in Step 2, and learned to set boundaries in Step 3. We’ve come a very long way! Let’s give [...]

201, 2016

Caring Is A Delicate Balance: 2016 Resolution…Inviting Sleep

January 2, 2016|Categories: Overcoming Caregiver Fatigue|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

  Welcome to my Vlog, Caring Is A Delicate Balance This Vlog is dedicated to informing professional and family caregivers, raising their awareness for the need for good self-care and celebrating the compassion and generous natures of these caregivers.   [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CADyAnpaPn0&w=560&h=315]

1503, 2015

A Caregiver’s Bill of Rights By Wendy Lustbade

March 15, 2015|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

I have the right: To take care of myself. This is not an act of selfishness. It will give me the capability of taking better care of my relative. To seek help from others even though my relative may object. I recognize the limits of my own endurance and strength. [...]

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