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Jan 21, 2022

Providing care for a loved one can have long-term effects on mental health. In part 3 of our Self Care Series for Caregivers, we’ve got tips for self care of the mind.  When it comes to self care, we have to care for body, mind, and spirit.  Caring for one of the parts of our Self means we’re also caring for the...


Jan 15, 2022

RN and author Kimberly Best is the author of “How to Live Forever: A Guide to Writing the Final Chapter of Your Life Story”. Kim talked with us about her career spent in nursing and conflict management, and the value of mediation for end of life decisions.  Kim has a master’s degree in Conflict Management, and is...


Jan 14, 2022

Caregiving can take a toll on the physical health of a caregiver. We’ve got some tips in episode 2 of our Self Care Series for Caregivers!  Of course, it’s important to get clearance from your doctor before you start any physical regimen.  Then start out low and low.  Listen to what your body is telling you.  Make...


Jan 7, 2022

Welcome to part 1 of our series on Self Care for Caregivers!  53 million people across the U.S. are unpaid caregivers for a loved one, and they need intentional self care every single day.  Caregiving responsibilities affect the caregiver in almost every aspect of life, taking a big toll on body, mind, and spirit.  


Jan 1, 2022

Hospice nurse Beth Cavenaugh is talking with us today about her passion for end of life care and her book, Some Light at the End. As a Hospice and Palliative Care Certified RN, Beth has 15 years experience in hospice nursing.  In her book Some Light at the End, Beth shares the wisdom she’s acquired through the years...