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http://www.blogtalkradio.com/techstoryteller/2013/09/12/intro I just want to introduce myself, my name is DC Hahn
I am opening up a second blog talk radio channel
"Storytelling with a technical heart" Now I can do two shows a day
And this channel also gives me a chance to try and do different things without involving my established channel
I have a three goal focus (1) to offer a place for people to tell their story. I firmly Believe that everyone has a story to tell all they need is a place to do it (2) to reach out to the Veterans in the world who want or need to tell their story. The Living history of the Veterans is incredible BUT we are losing it rapidly as the WW2 and Korean Vets are getting older , even the Vietnam era vets (like me ) are starting to get up there. My final goal is to reach out to grandparents (like me) who have grandchildren with Autism spectrum disorders.
THANK YOU to all of you
Fuzzy Manning is the creator of “Women’s Online Veteran Caregiver Groups” that bring together alternative solutions and female caregivers to resolve fatigue, loss of personal freedom, and the emotional side of caregiving. Women are trapped, exhausted, and have no personal time for themselves as they care for their veteran and family. This level of caregiving causes irreparable damage to the entire family for generations. These courageous women caregivers need help NOW! What’s required is intervention and respite care in the form of Women’s Online Veteran Caregiver Groups.
Women are the key decision makers in the family, and they’re the primary caregivers for returning veterans. Their lives and families are in chaos, and they have no direction or hope. These tenacious women need an advocate to help them cut through the fluff to achieve alternative solutions that work for them, their veteran, and their entire family. Also, they need access to other women who are experiencing similar situations who are willing to listen to their story, offer solutions, and establish personal relationships to help them through the chaos. These women desperately need to get their life and lives of their family back on track.
Over 50% of these female caregivers are suffering from “Caregiver Compassion Fatigue”. This is when your feelings are numb, you feel trapped, you having no energy, and your feelings of helplessness or hopelessness don’t go away due to day-in-and-day-out caregiving. It’s no longer just physical, emotional and spiritual fatigue or exhaustion while you’re caring for another. You progress into rapid deterioration of your mental and physical abilities to care for yourselves and effectively care for someone else.