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Rude Awakening or Good Grief

Rude Awakening or Good Grief – HIGHLIGHT

Using dharma and expressive arts to relate with transition when your role as caregiver is over        by Andrea Sherman and Marsha Weiner There’s a profundity to caregiving. Caregiving demands that we make sacrifices of our time and resources. If we yield to the process of ... continue
Posted May 14, 2016 by CGH
Making Friends with Yourself

Making Friends with Yourself – HIGHLIGHT

How dharma can ease the experience of isolation when caregiving by Andrea Sherman and Marsha Weiner We continue to explore how dharma can help mitigate caregiver burnout. In this article we explore how practicing unconditional friendship with yourself can increase your resilience and overall health and well-being, especially ... continue
Posted May 12, 2016 by CGH
Crossing Into New Territory

Crossing Into New Territory – HIGHLIGHT

A Shambhalian caregiver shares his personal experience of caring for his parents during their passages through dementia, illness and death by Larry Barnett I knew we’d crossed into new territory when my father called me at midnight. “Where are you? I thought we were having lunch today,” he ... continue
Posted March 13, 2016 by CGH

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