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EFC: EP 27 Interview with Virginia Sampson

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Empowered Family Caregiver Podcast EP: 27 with guest, Virginia Hunter Sampson. 

Tune in for Virginia's 3 best tips for practicing self-compassion and more! 

I had the privilege of interviewing Virginia Hunter Sampson on my Empowered Family Caregiver podcast. We had a great conversation about the importance of exercising radical self-compassion. Virginia offers some serious wisdom with 3 ways family caregivers can embrace self-compassion. She also shares a meltdown tip that is so easy it will blow your mind.

During the "Take 5 With Tandy Round", hear Virginia’s advice on how to reduce caregiver stress, how she found her best during what seemed like her worst, what she is grateful for and her advice for keeping hope alive. Click the link below to hear our entire chat. See below for interview highlights if there is a particular part you are interested in hearing.

More about Virginia: Virginia received her J.D. degree from Loyola Law School in Los Angeles. She has been a practicing litigation attorney for almost 35 years. She started in the legal field when few women were litigators. She was a judge for several years.  She currently practices elder law helping seniors with their legal issues.

She has been a full-time caregiver to her husband, a victim of domestic violence, a single parent to four children, a widow, a divorcee, a step-parent and more.  Her husband was diagnosed with ALS when her youngest child was two weeks old. 

Learn more about Virginia and her NCC18 presentation on “Preventing Burnout HERE.

Comment on your aha's on this episode for a chance to WIN one of her books! Comment here on our FB page: http://www.facebook.com/EmpoweredFamilyCaregiver and be entered to WIN!