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Integrating Distance Caregivers into family-centered, Quality Cancer Care

03/29/2024

In an era characterized by globalization and mobility, the traditional concept of caregiving hasexpanded beyond geographical boundaries. Distance caregiving has emerged as a significantaspect of contemporary family dynamics, challenging individuals to provide support and carefor their loved ones from afar.…

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Caring for a Spouse and Navigating Adult Children’s Demands, Author: Jeffrey Bernstein, Ph. D.

01/28/2024

Managing the input of grown children can be difficult while caring for a spouse. KEY POINTS My client Linda cried to me in session, “I am so caught in the middle. Kevin and Sue, my two adult children, keep trying…

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Unveiling the Potential: What Can Hypnosis Do for You? Author: Janet Goldman, Hypnotherapist/Coach

12/31/2023

Have you ever wondered if hypnosis could help you achieve your goals? Well, the truth is that hypnotherapy offers a broad spectrum of benefits. From personal development to behavioral changes and stress management, it has proven to be an effective…

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Are You a Caregiver Without Knowing It? 

11/30/2023

Caring for a loved one is often a role we take on willingly and selflessly. Whether it is looking out for an aging parent, providing emotional support to a friend going through a tough time, or assisting a family member…

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Why Do Employees Not Feel Supported at Work for Mental Health Well-being?

10/30/2023

In a Zippia article of 2022, only 15% of U. S. employees feel adequately supported by their companies in terms of their mental well-being. This statistic raises the question: What factors contribute to this low level of feeling supported? Over…

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Prioritizing Self-Care: Do Not Wait Until You Experience Caregiver Burnout!

09/26/2023

Caring for a loved one is a true act of love and dedication. But it also can be physically, mentally, and emotionally draining to a caregiver. Nonpaid caregivers often find themselves putting their loved one’s needs, and there are other…

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Transforming Self-Talk: A Journey to Self-Love

09/19/2023

In the grand tapestry of life, each of us walks our unique path as imperfect human beings, striving to make the best of what we have. Along this journey, we accumulate layers of conditioning from various life experiences, trauma, families,…

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