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Your Personal Values of Faith are Important as a Caregiver

“Your beliefs don’t make you a better person, your behavior does.” Personal values are important, but… The person who tells you that he is kind to all, then who quickly turns around in the check out line to give a … Continue reading

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Having a Speech Impediment can be Overcome

Speech impediment don’t need to ruin your life.  Maybe you are not a rapper, but I think you will be inspired by this video. I can relate to Jake.  I can remember back in school when I had problems with … Continue reading

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Helping Caregivers Care

As a caregiver you daily enter into the sufferings of others because you have a helping nature. You are wired to do this, and to do anything else would not be fulfilling because this is your passion, your calling, your … Continue reading

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Consider the Lily

Recently, I hosted an awesome webinar on 3 Steps to Successful Living.  I say ‘awesome’ because I think I nailed it in terms of distilling the important facets to living well. Today I want to discuss the first facet: Focus … Continue reading

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3 Steps to Living Successfully

Here is my webinar.  Let me know what you think about it. 3 Steps to Living Successfully Downloadable files for this Webinar: Follow along with the Class notes  Class Notes Resource #1 Person-Centered Planning Resource #2 Successful Building And if … Continue reading

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Taking Charge

Something that I have learned to apply to my life is W.R.A.P.   Now this is a term that is, at least, used in Mental Health circles, and it stands for Wellness Recovery Action Plan.  Dr. Mary Ellen Copeland developed it … Continue reading

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The Six Most Powerful Words

If I was in your shoes can be the 6 most powerful words to use to begin to help another person through a difficult time. A Problem Diffused One day Gary began to talk with me about a struggle that … Continue reading

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The Abundant Life: One Step at a Time

 Life is Good I am continually amazed how some people only see negativity when this world is overflowing with promise and opportunity! In spite of these hardships, there remains an underlying current of wholesomeness.   Jesus Christ calls this the abundant … Continue reading

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