Tom Hanks is a great actor… but who knew that he might also be a great teacher offering a useful perspective for Caregivers?Read More
It’s that time of year… executives all over the world reflect on personal and organizational achievements; what they did or meant to accomplish.
It’s human nature, but not the nature of a leader… talk of New Year’s Resolutions can be a trap; a self-fulfilling prophecy of failed expectation because… by nature, resolutions are negative and fear based.Read More
Let’s face it; the concept of Thanksgiving is different from a Caregivers perspective than from most other’s at the table enjoying family time and a Holiday meal!
For you, the true meaning of being thankful has changed into a far more visceral, real and practical perspective.
Many Caregivers use “Should Statements” as a form of motivation… “I should make a doctor’s appointment for mom…” Or worse, “I should’ve taken the keys from dad sooner!”
The problem with using “Should Statements” (a Cognitive Distortion – Click Here to Learn More) is that it creates a trap for the person using them… if you do something you “should” do you take no joy because you tell yourself you really had no choice; if you ‘fail’ to do something you ‘should’ do… you obligate yourself to feeling guilty.Read More
So many things in life are complicated; we may see things as though they are, but, things rarely present as a simplified black and white “All-or-Nothing” proposition.
But you gotta love the dedication and determination of Caregivers!Read More
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