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Caregiver for an elderly parent, partner, or child with special needs? It's a big job - and often requires an extra-powerful toolkit to handle the challenges, gracefully. The person you're caring for needs you. But you have needs, too. This life guide can help. YOU'LL LEARN HOW TO: • Identify what's in your control, and make peace with what's not. • Release pent-up emotions safely, so that you don't "lash out" at the person you love. • Create a powerful self-care plan (essential, because your responsibilities can be so depleting). • Find the "joy" and "dignity" in caregiving. • And more! Join…mehr

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Caregiver for an elderly parent, partner, or child with special needs? It's a big job - and often requires an extra-powerful toolkit to handle the challenges, gracefully. The person you're caring for needs you. But you have needs, too. This life guide can help. YOU'LL LEARN HOW TO: • Identify what's in your control, and make peace with what's not. • Release pent-up emotions safely, so that you don't "lash out" at the person you love. • Create a powerful self-care plan (essential, because your responsibilities can be so depleting). • Find the "joy" and "dignity" in caregiving. • And more! Join the many caregivers who have learned how to tend to their own needs as they care for others by following the steps in the Life Guide on How To Care For Yourself - When You're A Caregiver For Someone Else, today!
Autorenporträt
Dr. Suzanne Gelb, Ph.D., J.D. is a psychologist, life coach, TV commentator and author. Dr. Gelb's inspiring insights on personal growth have been featured on more than 200 radio programs, 260 TV interviews, and online on TIME, Newsweek, Forbes, The Huffington Post, NBC's Today, Positively Positive, The Muse and many other places, as well. She served as a parenting expert writer for Hawaii Parent magazine for over 14 years and appeared regularly on television to share tips on a parenting segment for 6 years. As a contributing writer to the Psychology Today, on her regular column, "All Grown Up," Dr. Gelb's articles on parenting include, "10 Vital Life Lessons to Teach Your Kids Before They Turn 10," and "10 Ways to Become the Parent Your Children Really Need." Her powerful article, "7 Dangerous Lessons We Need To Stop Teaching Our Kids," was published on Mind Body Green. Dr. Gelb believes that it is never too late to become the person - and parent - you want to be. Strong. Confident. Calm. Creative. Free of the burdens that have held you back - no matter what has happened in the past. To learn more, visit DrSuzanneGelb.com.