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
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→
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→
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!
It’s a beautiful and encouraging read for anyone who is a caregiver.
With the aging population, there are more and more cancer caregivers. Although there are many books on the market to help caregivers, this one is not your usual caregiver book. It digs into what is at the heart of all caregiving: love and compassion. Filled with touching examples and practical advice, this book will encourage and inspire Cancer Caregivers to take better care of themselves so that they can also take better care of their loved one. It will show them how to do it all with love.
Here’s an excerpt from the back cover:
At Last–Care for the Caregiver!
Soon after you begin caring for your loved one with Cancer, you realize what an overwhelming commitment you have made. As you search for answers and understanding, you may feel alone and in need of someone to help you along. It seems others don’t really understand what you are dealing with. You may even feel like it’s all too much to bear. You have a lot of questions. “Cocoon of LoveTM for Cancer Caregivers” will take you on the caregiver journey with compassion and practical tips to help both you and your loved one through this difficult time. It’s a beautiful read with a heart-warming message of love for the caregiver.
Read on and discover —
… After experiencing the struggles of care-giving first-hand for eight consecutive years, Susan developed a passion for helping caregivers deal with the physical and emotional toll care-giving takes. Susan believes every caregiver could use a healthy dose of encouragement and inspiration to get them through the tough times…
Be watching for more updates on our special promotions of these two books in the “Cocoon of Love” series.
Get your copy of “Cocoon of Love for Cancer Caregivers” now on Amazon.
We are pleased to announce our new book for Caregivers, “Cocoon of Love for Caregivers: Surround Yourself With Love and Inspiration to Get Through the Tough Times.” This book is the first in a series of inspirational books titled “Cocoon of Love”.
This inspirational book is designed to help and encourage busy caregivers at a challenging time in their lives. It features short, uplifting readings to motivate and inspire the non-professional caregiver to loved ones who are ill or aging. At some time in your life, you will probably have to be a caregiver to a loved one. It is not an easy job. You can do it. We can help!
Are you a caregiver? Do you know someone who is? What a perfect gift for the caregiver in your life!
We are in the process of scheduling some special events in conjunction the release of this book. We will be having some tele-seminars and special promotions which you won’t want to miss!
Watch the website and blog for further details.
To get your copy of “Cocoon of Love for Caregivers” now on Amazon, go here: http://amzn.to/1ezDgNB
The National Cancer Society has named April as Cancer Control Month. Heart disease is the only cause of death beating out cancer in the US. There are so many kinds of cancer and so much to be known about for each one.
If you are a caregiver to a loved one with cancer, you know how devastating this disease can be. As you care for your loved one, you will want to remember to take care of yourself, as well. This means eating right, exercising, getting enough rest and in general, trying to stay healthy. It also means you should get your annual physical exam at the Doctor’s office. In between those annual exams, you still will want to stay alert to any signals that your body may have something going on which needs investigating.
Do you know the seven warning signs of cancer? If you experience any of these, you should get checked out by your Doctor:
Don’t ignore any of the symptoms. It may not be cancer, but you need to know for sure. As a Cancer Caregiver, you must value your own health and not take it for granted. You’ll be glad you did!