Caring for the Caregiver

by Debbie Raymond in on As I’ve shared with this audience before, I’m the caregiver, mom, guardian, et al. for my now 21-year-old son who is on the fetal alcohol spectrum. He lives with me; we work as a team spreading awareness and our journey building on his strengths. Additionally, I’m internationally connected in the … Continue reading Caring for the Caregiver

Caregiver Guilt: What It Is?

by Rishawn Dindial in on Caregivers often believe they are not doing enough for their loved one, which results in feelings of guilt. Caregiver guilt can manifest in a variety of ways for several different reasons, depending on the individual and their circumstances. Luckily there are also several coping strategies that can help to manage … Continue reading Caregiver Guilt: What It Is?

Caregiver Touched by Cancer, Now Offering Accessible Self-Care

by Jo Bregnard in on I was crushed when I was diagnosed with cancer. I had always been active and healthy … what had I done wrong? My husband was home recovering from a serious burn injury, and we were walking through our neglected garden when I felt a lump in my right breast as … Continue reading Caregiver Touched by Cancer, Now Offering Accessible Self-Care