When you have a partner with cancer it’s hard to see outside of yourself. But there are things you might be doing that are making your life more difficult. This post shares the 3 most common mistakes caregivers make, why they are a problem and what you can do about them.
Learn how to set goals in a brand new way… even as a caregiver! This post walks you step by step through the process of creating the future you want one goal at a time.
Do you think that because you are caregiving, you need to put your life on hold? Don’t fall into this type of thinking! This post will give you 5 reasons you need to set goals for yourself as a caregiver.
Sometimes we are happy when his is sad. Or vice versa. It can feel very unsettling, especially when one person is fighting cancer. Self judgement and “acting” happy are not the answer. You can be honest with yourself and your partner about how you feel.
When you’re partner gets cancer it can feel like you’re are two ships at sea facing a storm together. While it’s very common for caregivers to want to abandon their own ship and help their partner steer, it ultimately not helpful for either of you.
Sometimes we get stuck in a thought-feeling pattern that is so awful we just want to get away. However, the mere act of trying to get away keeps us trapped. We have to do the opposite, more toward the pain before we can become free.
Expressing gratitude is all about us. Read this post to learn 5 great benefits of cultivating gratitude and how to make it work in real life!
Self-care goes out the window when a partner has cancer. We know it’s important, but we don’t do it. This post explores the real reason why it’s so difficult and challenges us to dig deeper into our relationship with ourselves.
You don’t have to stay stuck in the shadow of cancer. Learn the three steps I teach my clients on how to build their emotional resiliency and feel better even when their partner has cancer.
Having a partner with cancer is hard, but a lot of us add unnecessary suffering by how we deal with our situation. Learn 3 ways to stop unnecessary suffering so you can start feeling better!