Caregiver’s Heart Podcast Episode #10
Caregiver stress can sneak up on you. It’s often there at a low level, and can be worse as additional stress such as upcoming holidays come close.
Sometimes just a smile or vote of confidence helps. And during November, which is both Caregiver Awareness Month and in the U.S. a month of thanksgiving, discovering why showing and expressing your thanks can reduce someone else’s caregiver stress. This podcast explains why…
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You know, finding out you are not alone in your caregiving struggle can make all the difference.
Now there’s a community you can join to connect with other caregivers, together more than surviving – thriving in giving care. The Caregiver’s Heart membership was created by a caregiver for caregivers. And now you can try it yourself for 7 days for only 1 cent.
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From my heart to yours… Laugh Well, Love Well and Live Well!
Ina Gilmore, M.D. (Retired)
“The Knitting Dr.”
Founder, www.CaregivingWithPurpose.com and www.TheKnittingYarn.com
Ambassador of Caregiving at www.HowToLiveOnPurpose.com
P.S. Fighting caregiver stress often requires support. Caregiving can be isolating, although it doesn’t have to be. Join the Caregiver’s Heart community now and get your handy reference sheet as part of your membership. Click here now to get your 7 Day 1-Cent* Trial Gold Membership.