Tag Archives: negativity

Doing the Right Thing

Recently I’ve had some challenges with the negative behaviors and attitudes of a handful of other people. I usually like to refer to these challenges as “opportunities for making better choices”. This little twist of the phrase makes me feel … Continue reading

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Accepting vs. resisting your caregiving experience; The choice is yours (Part Four)

This is Part Four, the last in this March series of guest blog appearances about Intentional vs Unintentional Caregiving, and the cost and dynamics associated with both. Sometimes just accepting the things we cannot change has a profound affect on … Continue reading

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