If you’ve ever wondered how exactly a coach can help when you’re dealing with a partner’s cancer, then this article is for you!
One of the most difficult parts of supporting a loved one with cancer is know what to do they are in pain. Often, you feel powerless to help. In this article, learn a simple technique that allows you to support them while also being calm and present.
Your energy is precious, but especially when you are caregiving. You wouldn’t want to waste a drop, but if you are constantly exhausted, they you may be wasting your energy unknowingly. Read this post and learn the three ways caregivers often waste energy and what you can do about it!
Sometimes caring for your partner can feel like a chore. This feeling of obligation can crop up even when we have the best of intentions. But there is no need to judge yourself. Instead, get curious! This post teaches you how to uncover the real reason caring is beginning to feel like obligation.
Caregiving is giving. You give your love, your energy and time, and your strength and support. Most people want to do that for someone they care about. But it’s only sustainable when you are giving from abundance. You will know by how you feel. Read this post and learn why you cannot give what you don’t have.
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.
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.
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.
Are you growing or stagnating? How can you tell? This post will help you see how to determine if the discomfort you feel is from growth or stagnation.