Sep 30, 2020
As a caregiver, do you struggle with the 30,000 foot view? When we're slicing through the jungle trying to find a path, it's hard to keep perspective and the despair kicks in.
In this clip, John and I discussed this, and what we're doing about it through this show.
Sep 29, 2020
As caregivers, we're often faced with frightening things. We also have others who criticize us or demoralize us with their words or actions. Sometimes, it's the very person we care for.
When these things happen, our confidence ...and our feelings of self worth ...plummet.
What does God have to say about those things? ...
Sep 28, 2020
EVERY caregiver will at some point fall into the trap of beating themselves up without mercy. If an impaired love one joins that chorus (not to mention family members), then how does a caregiver endure with ANY healthy self esteem?
We discussed this in today's episode.
Sep 25, 2020
The role of caregiver is too difficult and critical to assume with poor belief systems, and masculinity myths hamstringing men in this role must be addressed and erased.
Sep 24, 2020
Feeling she was falling apart and going under, Gina from Texas called the show to share how she abandoned her sister as they struggled to care for their father with Alzheimer's. Struggling with this, Gina seeks to reconcile, and we discussed this on the show.
Peter Rosenberger is the host of HOPE FOR THE CAREGIVER.