Tag Archives: Stress management

Get Out of Your Head

I spend a lot of time in my own head (at this point many of you are like – uh DUH), but stay with me and hopefully you will see where I’m going. As many of you know, managing the … Continue reading

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Caregivers: Learn to Listen to Your Body

I came across an article titled “Caring for Caregivers: Learning to Listen to Your Body” by Dr. Rick Wirtz, OurAlzheimers.com, and felt moved to share with you.  It shares some insight into the importance of taking care of yourself. Today I met with … Continue reading

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CaregiverLife Radio – Managing Stress

Click here to join me today for CaregiverLife Radio from 10-11am (CST) Topic: Stress Management Guest: Dave Balch Dave Balch has a unique, inspiring, and loving story to share, coupled with the experience, desire, and ability to share it. Dave Balch supported … Continue reading

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The Red Leg Incident

The majority of my time is spent writing and speaking about the necessity of taking care of oneself, especially when caring for an aging loved one.  Recently I have discovered that, while caring for 3 of my own family members, … Continue reading

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Boundaries Make for Better Holidays

A certain sense of urgency is present as the holiday season arrives.  Connecting with family and friends, along with work and school commitments can quickly spiral us into a season of chaos.  We don’t start the season intending to over-schedule … Continue reading

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