Sometimes, we set ourselves up for failure by setting lofty, but unattainable goals for ourselves as caregivers. When we ambitiously set goals that may be unrealistic, we can often discourage ourselves when they are unmet. Goals are important, but they need to reflect the reality of our circumstances. Goals are important, but they need to reflect the reality of our circumstances. John and I discussed this and other items in this episode. We also added some fun things and ended with a bit on Galaxy Quest!
"Already Toast:" Author/Caregiver, Kate Washington, discusses her new book for Caregivers.
A Firefighter's Invention is Protecting The Lives of Hundreds of Thousands
Songwriter Jerry Salley Discusses Music, Nashville, and "Saving Grace"
Caregivers and Cancer
Sometimes, They're Just Mean
Preparing for the Inevitable
"Why is Grandma Naked?" Author Ellen Rittberg
When A People Groan
What's A Special Meal for You?
A Conversation With Leeza Gibbons
Dr. Michael Grayson Discusses Debt Filtration and Family Caregivers
The Melody's Core Message: An Interview With John Arnn
"Ice Cream In the Cupboard" A conversation with Author Pat Moffett
Caregivers Have Tears, But Do We Ever Laugh?
"He'll Be Back, and He'll Bring Sunshine With Him."
Parallel Fifths. Breaking The Rules, and Caregivers
"In Seasons of Distress and Grief..."
Caller Struggling to Find A Church During COVID-19
Are You Struggling in the Caregiver FOG?
Wonderful Words of Life
The Health Ranger Report
Guided Sleep Meditations
The Mindset Mentor
Nothing much happens; bedtime stories to help you sleep
The Gary Null Show
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