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By tambre on July 13, 2011
People who have a high amount of compassion and are caregivers tend to put a lot of effort into helping and often don’t recognize when or how to ask for it themselves. This week’s link gets you to a list of five quick questions to help you determine if it’s time to ask for help.
Posted in Cancer Survivorship, Caregiver Coaching | Tagged cancer survivorship coaching, caregiver burnout, caregiving, caring for others, coaching caregivers, self-care, when to ask for help | Leave a response
By tambre on May 13, 2011
The statistics on the negative impact caregiving has on the caregiver are astounding. Time to bring awareness to this ever-growing issue and make some changes.
By tambre on May 9, 2011
It is we as human beings who give meaning to anniversaries and days like Mother’s Day. They are man-made, conjured up with the good intent of honoring a special person or event in our lives. Therefore, we also have the power to choose how we experience them.
Posted in Cancer Survivorship, Caregiver Coaching, Grief Recovery, Transitions | Tagged anniversary, annivesaries, cancer survivorship coach, coaching cancer survivors, coaching caregivers, empowering, grief, healing, honoring, loss, Mother's Day, remembering, widow | 12 Responses