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Previous Posts

I'll Take Time for Me: Resolutions for Caregivers
Were you too overwhelmed, or did you make some New Year's Resolutions this year? If you did, how are you doing so far with keeping them? If you didn't, I have some suggestions! (We say we don't like it, but sometimes it is nice to be told what to do).  I've come up with some ideas for changes we

posted 6:44:45pm Jan. 10, 2011 | read full post »

Penguins and Daffodils
I love living in Pittsburgh, PA...love our champion sports teams! Tonight, the Pittsburgh Penguins are in the international spotlight, playing in the Winter Classic. Our Heinz Field, home of the Pittsrbugh Steelers, has been turned into a skating rink for the event. After weeks of below freezing te

posted 8:44:47pm Jan. 01, 2011 | read full post »

Embrace the Positive Force of New Beginnings
"Your success and happiness lies in you.Resolve to keep happy, and your joy and you shall form an invincible host against difficulties."                          &nb

posted 8:13:54pm Jan. 01, 2011 | read full post »

Finish, and Start Strong!
Just a short post for now--wanted to share a video clip with you.  I came across it while organizing some of my caregiver notes. With the daily challenges caregivers faces, sometimes it's hard to believe we'll ever be able to lift ourselves back up into the light and smile again.

posted 1:28:54pm Dec. 30, 2010 | read full post »

Holiday Celebrations, Minus One: Coping with Caregiver Grief
If you've lost or are caring for a critically ill loved one, you know that moving through the holidays just isn't the same. Psychologists say it doesn't seem to matter much if the person you were close with died ten days, or ten years ago...the holiday season triggers grief. Sights, sounds, sm

posted 2:25:45pm Dec. 28, 2010 | read full post »




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