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eCareDiary will interview Gary Barg, Founder and Editor-In-Chief of the first national magazine for caregivers, Today’s Caregiver about his new book, "Caregiving Ties That Bind." In this book he shares 100 celebrity caregiving interviews that he conducted and the lessons important to all family caregivers.
What ties bind you?
Have you been suffering the emotions of a breakup from a long time ago?
Has your past been constantly nagging at you despite every thing you've done to let go?'
If you answered 'yes' to one or more of these questions then you are suffering from 'ties' that are still binding you. So, how does this happen? Whenever we enter into a relationship be it romantic, friendly, work or play related - we form a 'cord' that binds us to this person, place or thing. This is especially true if there are feelings or emotions involved. Many times in order to move forward we have to 'cut' those ties once the relationship is finished.
During this meditation we will use the waning moon energy to go into a meditative state and cut those ties that may still be keeping us stuck in a merry-go-round of emotions.
Waning moon energy is the best time to 'shed' what no longer serves us.
Ready to let go?
As a former caregiver to another adult and a single parent raising two young sons with autism, Michele-Marie Roberts understands the problems well; but after a particularly disastrous date, she decided to take matters into her own hands. The result is WAVELENGTH dating, http://wavelengthdating.com, a dating website that makes it easy for people like her to meet other singles on their same wavelength.
Michele-Marie will offer tips and suggestions to help you feel comfortable and confident as you date during your caregiving experience.
"In the course of a day..."
"Every caregiver has been there: completely stressed, at our wits' end, wanting to scream or laugh or cry (or all three). And while it's nice to imagine that there's some magic way to make all that tension vanish, caregivers know better. Caregiving is stressful, day in and day out. There's no quick and easy cure for that." (quoted from Caring.com.Caregiving and Stress, May 28,2013)
PRESENTER: Prophetess Diane Grimble
You will know the truth and the truth shall make you free? Do you want to be free from the bondage of sou ties? Well if you said yes...you are at the right place at teh right time.
The Bible speaks of what is today known as soul ties. In the Bible, it doesn't use the word soul tie, but it speaks of them when it talks about souls being knit together, becoming one flesh, etc. A soul tie can serve many functions, but in it's simplest form, it ties two souls together in the spiritual realm. Soul ties between married couples draw them together like magnets, while soul ties between fornicators can draw a beaten and abused woman to the man which in the natural realm she would hate and run from, but instead she runs to him even though he doesn't love her, and treats her like dirt. In the demonic world, unholy soul ties can serve as bridges between two people to pass demonic garbage through.
Thank You for joining us today on 'Be A Healthy Caregiver' hosted by Chris MacLellan, 'The Bow-Tie-Guy' on Blog Talk Radio!
Today's Guest: Nate Purpura from eHealth, Inc.
Today's Topic: The Financial Struggles in Caregiving
There is an estimated 44 million working family Caregivers in the United States today. Recent studies also indicate that due to time off of work, Caregivers can expect to lose wages totaling over $140,000! According to eHealth Insurance, about one-third of adults who provide unpaid care for their elderly parents say they'll have to use their own retirement savings to help their parents financially.
Our guest today, Nate Purpura, is the Director of Public Relations for eHealthmedicare.com and eHealthinsurance.com - division of eHealth, Inc has spent the last decade working in the health care and insurance industries.
Having a grasp of finances is a critical component to Caregiving, but at times, an area that can be left unattended.
Through our conversation with Nate, we will learn why Caregivers often struggle with finances, along with gaining some helpful tips to make this area of our Caregiving journey less stressful so that we can all 'Be A Healthy Caregiver!'
"In the course of a day..."
"Every caregiver has been there: completely stressed, at our wits' end, wanting to scream or laugh or cry (or all three). And while it's nice to imagine that there's some magic way to make all that tension vanish, caregivers know better. Caregiving is stressful, day in and day out. There's no quick and easy cure for that." (quoted from Caring.com. Caregiving and Stress, May 28,2013)
Caregiving and Stress
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in Self Help
Everyone, regardless of gender, marital status or sexual orientation, can have an Innerwife, Innerhusband or both. Find out more with host Chad Hunter. In sickness and in health? Join host Chad Hunter and Special Guest Denise M. Brown as they discuss caregiving and its impact on relationships! For your copy of Chad Hunter's "Love Life, Ultimate Strife, How-To Lists from the Innerwife" please go to https://www.createspace.com/3454233