The Impossible becomes Possible

As I read the Advent devotional each morning during this time of year, I am struck with the reminder that “With God all things are possible.” (Luke 1:37) That was God’s promise to Elizabeth and Zachariah when the angel told them they would have a son whom we call John the Baptist. That was God’sContinue reading “The Impossible becomes Possible”

One Very Bad Day

Sometimes life goes along at a steady pace and we think all is well until BOOM! Something catastrophic occurs: a hurricane, an earthquake, an accident, a bad medical diagnosis, or political upheaval. Any of these or countless other events, can cause one to have a very bad day. But for us as caregivers, it doesn’tContinue reading “One Very Bad Day”

Anticipatory Grief – Part 3

This is the last blog on this topic, inspired by an article of the same name. The first two posts are found below. While the topic is sometimes considered sad or even dark, my goal is to support and encourage those who care for a loved one with a chronic or degenerative disease such asContinue reading “Anticipatory Grief – Part 3”

Caregiver Guilt

While caring for my husband who has Parkinson’s Disease, I am constantly faced with the realization that I am not perfect. There are many times I feel like I’m just not cut out for this job because I cannot get everything right. That leads to feelings of guilt. Caregiver guilt. We know we have CaregiverContinue reading “Caregiver Guilt”

The Ideal Care Team

Even though today’s blog is a wish list, my goal is always to support and encourage you who care for someone with Parkinson’s Disease or any other illness or condition. The inspiration for this blog comes from a recent issue of “The Fox Focus – Living with Parkinson’s”, the Fall/Winter 2019 edition, published by theContinue reading “The Ideal Care Team”