Especially during the holidays, caregivers must remind themselves of their dual-purpose at this time in their lives:
To care for their loved one
To care for themselves
Flash Sale! There have been snow flurries today and I’m beginning to feel the holiday spirit. So, for the next 24 hrs my book is on sale at an unbelievable price. “Cocoon of Love for Cancer Caregivers: Get Through the Tough Times” is a one of a kind book.
Have you read the Editorial and the Customer reviews? This book is really touching people and helping them too. Act soon, as this sale is only for 24 hrs. And…Happy Holidays, a little early! Get it here, this won’t last long: http://amzn.to/1ScFXHL
As a thank you for everyone helping spread the word about our fundraiser for Sparta Area Cancer Support (SACS), we are having a contest for all participants who wish to enter. No purchase required to enter.
Prize: Amazon Gift Certificate
Rules: Pick and choose what you want to do of the following, or do them all for more entries to the drawing! Read More→
November is National Family Caregivers Month. It’s a good time to remember those who are suffering with cancer and their caregivers. This disease has a devastating impact on our loved ones and their caregivers. The physical, emotional, and financial toll is heavy. Through the Sparta Area Cancer Support (SACs) organization, our community has done an outstanding job of coming together to be there for these people at a time when they need a friend more than ever.
Now, you can help make a difference too. In honor of Family Caregivers Month, you are invited to join us in an online fund-raiser for SACS. We are donating 10% of our November royalties made from the online Amazon sales of our new book, “Cocoon of Love for Cancer Caregivers: Get Through the Tough Times” to Sparta Area Cancer Support (SACS). Read More→
We are pleased to announce our video tribute and song honoring cancer caregivers is now available for your viewing. This beautiful video tells the story through photos and an original song especially about real caregivers and the loved ones they have cared for. In honor of caregivers everywhere, we encourage you to watch it and share it with others.
Turn up your speakers, watch and listen to the lyrics of the “Cocoon of Love for Cancer Caregivers–A Tribute and Song ” video.
Susan has just released an updated edition of her book for cancer caregivers: “Cocoon of Love for Cancer Caregivers: Get Through the Tough Times” has even more practical tips to help caregivers deal with the stress of being a caregiver to a loved one with cancer. It provides caregivers with numerous ways to help take care of themselves.
Within the pages of this book, caregivers will find some insights to help them on their journey.
Learn more about this book. “Cocoon of Love for Cancer Caregivers: Get Through the Tough Times” provides helpful tips for anyone who is a caregiver to a loved one with a serious illness. It is available as a paperback or Kindle version. If you don’t own a Kindle, you can download the free Kindle app available for many phones, tablets and even for your PC. Get the free Kindle app here.
You can look inside the book, read the book description, the editorial reviews or buy this book here: View or buy this book on Amazon.
Thursday, April 16th is National Stress Awareness Day. It’s a topic very fitting for caregivers.
There seems to be an epidemic. People are stressed. You can see it on their faces and hear it in their voices. With all that is going on in the world, is it any wonder people are stressed? Read More→
Many of us have been there. Sometimes you just have a yearning for a little piece of chocolate. Eating that little piece of chocolate isn’t just a matter of pleasing your taste buds. There’s a known relationship between chocolate and endorphins. Endorphins are used by your neurons to communicate with each other. Eating chocolate can release this chemical, which in turn can affect how people feel. It actually causes people to feel pleasure. Read More→
My Story Made Me Want to Write a Book to Help Others
My life was much like so many others. I was a busy wife, mother, and career person. I had lots of hobbies. Life was full. Suddenly, my everyday routines came to a sudden halt. This change wasn’t for just a month. It wasn’t even for just a year. It went on for nine years. Read More→
For those who were trying to listen in to my interview this afternoon…you didn’t find it because they couldn’t reach me due to some problems with their phone lines today. Sorry for the inconvenience. Hopefully, you found something else of interest to listen to while you were waiting!
Meanwhile, WRNW1-Women’s Radio Network requested to reschedule me for tomorrow, Wed, 18 Feb at 2:24 PM CST. I rescheduled another appointment I had for tomorrow so I could do this interview. I’m hoping the -30 below zero wind chill that is forecast doesn’t freeze all communications on this end tomorrow!
You can use the same link as before: http://bit.ly/1Mre7Xf
Again, my apologies for any inconvenience this may have caused. Have a great night and try to stay warm!