Tag Archives: forgiveness

What is Christmas all about?

This post was written several years ago by my dear friend Susan Avello.  I was inspired to share it again this Christmas season. While trying to get through the rush and bustle of the busy holiday season I’m reminded of … Continue reading

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Permission to Fail

A few years ago I was part of an expert panel discussion on “How to care for yourself while caregiving” through WEGO Health and one of the other panelist, Ben Murphy (@athletdad) shared a great point.  He said that one … Continue reading

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Stop Shoulding On Your Family

In the internet age we have immediate access to information that can help increase our brain function, manage health issues and decrease risk for increasing health problems.  Sharing this information with those we love can be helpful in making a … Continue reading

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Letting Go of Guilt

What is Guilt? Unwarranted response to an imagined offense Unless you actually killed someone (which I’m assuming 99.9% of my readers have not) then you are imposing this idea of having “wronged” someone else.  Caregivers feel guilty for many reasons, … Continue reading

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New Years Resolutions (& other ways we set ourselves up for Failure)

Every year thousands of people set New Year Resolutions only to fail within the first month.  I’m here to share GOOD NEWS about resolutions and how to better take care of yourself and love those around you.

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Turkey Talk Wednesday – Gobble Gobble

This Thanksgiving be thankful for the turkeys in your life. Continue reading

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Random Stop Syndrome

While at a conference in Las Vegas, I experience a phenomenon I refer to as “Random Stop Syndrome”.  While walking through the casinos people would come to a sudden and complete stop for no apparent reason setting off a chain … Continue reading

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