It’s a “Bookiversay!”

Just one year ago today, "I Want You to Know" was launched. http://amzn.to/2g0ygez Many of you may not be aware that at the time my book was published, I was actually quite ill.  Early last summer, I became infected with Lyme Disease and Co-infections of Lyme from a...

The Road to Resilience

The American Psychological Association describes resilience as an adaptation in the face of adversity, trauma, tragedy, threats or stress: family/relationship problems, health problems or workplace/money issues.  The Merriam-Webster definition would have us believe...

When the Caregiver Becomes a Patient

2016 was shaping up to be a pretty fantastic year.  We were settled into the home that became ours in the summer of 2015, my husband was over the moon in love with his job, my mother seemed to be getting used to her new apartment in our home, and I was putting the...

I Want You to Know Publication Date!

I Want You to Know Publication Date Day(s) : Hour(s) : Minute(s) : Second(s) What started out as a form to use for clients, eventually became  a book called "I Want You to Know."  Originally, my goal was to find a document that would help clients gather important...

What Will You Tell Your Children?

Memorial Day has become homogenized like most holidays in the US.  We love our three-day weekends, we love a chance to get together with friends and family, and we love to decorate.  Somewhere in the mix of it all, we lose sight of what the significance of the holiday...

A Giveaway!

To celebrate the fact that I have completed my certification with Caregiving.com and am now a Certified Caregiving Consultant, I decided to host a giveaway. My desire to add more services to my clients led me to Caregiving.com.  I knew immediately that this course was...

When Caregiving Becomes a Death Vigil

You've journeyed through caring for a loved one for years, months or weeks but the time creeps ever closer and you no longer can ignore the one fact that you have been fighting, the one fact you've been denying....the person you are caring for is going to die. You've...