I enjoy speaking to groups on a variety of caregiving issues.
Category: Grief & Loss
One of the most difficult and complex things one will ever do in life is be a caregiver for a terminally ill loved one. As a caregiver, the burden that we carry is almost too much to bear at times.
I started out as a novice caregiver, but over time I got my Caregiving PhD through on-the-job training.
To the bereaved, after the death and decision making can be very difficult.
As a family unit we join hands and do the best we can.
Meet Bob Harrison. He is a new regular contributor to our website. Each month we will feature one of his amazing articles about his caregiving to his wife Annie.
Annie and I were busy planning our future, and retirement. So full of promise, hope, and love. Then life played a dirty little trick on us.
The SOB you may recall is not to be remembered that way and instead, leadership qualities that you may never have known existed, are highlighted.
The process of dividing ashes does not have to be distasteful.
Caregivers cannot be caregivers forever. Getting “back on track” is difficult but vital after a loss.