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Offering Support to Others & compassion fatigue

Below are the best resources we could find on Offering Support to Others and compassion fatigue.

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How Can I Help?: Stories and Reflections on Service

Not a day goes by without our being called upon to help one another--at home, at work, on the street, on the phone. . . . We do what we can.

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Matt Kahn: The Power of Self-Responsibility

In this excerpt from the recent “Standing For Love” retreat, Matt highlights the importance of self-responsibility as a cornerstone of cultivating heart-centered consciousness.

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Deep Listening—Frank Ostaseski (Founder, Metta Institute; Author of “The Five Invitations”)

The practice of Deep Listening l from the head the heart and the body. Metta Institute End of Life Practitioner Program.

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The Caregiver’s Perspective: Coping, Fear, Anxiety, and Resentment

Marc Silver, breast cancer caregiver and author of the book, Breast Cancer Husband, discusses his fears and concerns after his wife completed breast cancer treatment.

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Geriatrician Dr. Ann Marie Chiasson on Energy Healing Exercises for Senior and Caregiver Health

eCareDiary’s Co-founder Susan Baida spoke to Dr. Ann Marie Chiasson, recognized leader in energy healing that combines traditional practices with exercises to maximize health and vitality.

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Cruising through Caregiving: Reducing the Stress of Caring for Your Loved One

Caregiving is no vacation, but you can cruise more smoothly through it! If you’re facing the daunting reality that you’re about to become a caregiver whether you planned for it or not, Cruising through Caregiving is the down-to-earth and authoritative answer you need.

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Portals Not Problem Solvers

As caregivers, we need to be more than problem solvers. We need to be portals to a larger possibility.

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The 36-Hour Day: A Family Guide to Caring for People Who Have Alzheimer Disease, Other Dementias, and Memory Loss

The 36-Hour Day is an essential resource for families who love and care for people with Alzheimer disease. Whether a person has Alzheimer disease or another form of dementia, he or she will face a host of problems.

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