Grieving the Loss of a Family Member Living with Dementia

GriefandDementiaThis huddol is for caregivers who have lost a family member, not to death, but rather to Alzheimer's, Parkinson's or any other related condition.
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EleanorSilverbergProinGriefandDementia15 hours ago
A Cocoon in the Form of a Book

Are you open to make change, willing to learn & ready to practice what you learn?

This hands-on, practical guidebook will help you strengthen your inner resiliency and ability to cope. Stands out for helping you process the losses you're ...

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EleanorSilverbergProinGriefandDementiaFebruary 14th
A little about me..My Newly Revised Bio and Head Shot...What do you think?

Feedback is most welcome....should I change the headshot?

Eleanor Silverberg, Director of Jade Self Development Coaching, is a grief specialist who has helped numerous adults through diverse life-altering situations using her innovative coaching...

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EleanorSilverbergProinGriefandDementiaFebruary 12th
Grieving Helps You Keep It Together but How?

How are you feeling today? Frustrated, lonely, sad, guilty...? It is not only the care demands but also the grief from losing your family member to illness that can make you feel this way. Learn how to address the grief. Preview/order "Keeping It...

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EleanorSilverbergProinGriefandDementiaFebruary 10th
Address your Grief for Keeping It Together

How are you feeling today? Frustrated, lonely, sad, guilty...? It is not only the care demands but also the grief from losing your family member to illness that can make you feel this way. Learn how to address the grief, Preview/order "Keeping It ...

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EleanorSilverbergProinGriefandDementiaFebruary 8th
Shining Light: A Guilty Caregiver's Story

It is common for family caregivers to feel guilty. In her article The Guilty Caregiver, Leslie Vandever, a journalist by profession, shared her own guilt journey over 3 years while caring for her mother. Her account conveys how acknowledging, ...

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EleanorSilverbergProinGriefandDementiaFebruary 8th
"A" Tips for Breaking Free from Caregiver Guilt

Do you ever feel guilty for making time for yourself, for not wanting to do the caregiving or for wishing that your family member would die? Join me on March 8th as I present a webinar that tackles the common and unspoken guilt-provoking ways of ...

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"A" Tips for Breaking Free from Caregiver Guilt

In this webinar, we will explore the common feelings of guilt experienced by family members of individuals dealing with a serious or chronic disease.

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EleanorSilverbergProinGriefandDementiaFebruary 7th
Come Out! Come Out! Wherever You Are!

Dorothy, a girl from Kansas is declared to be a hero when her house made a shocking arrival in Munchkinland, landing on and killing the wicked witch. This is a scene from the movie, The Wizard of Oz. All the munchkins hid, until the Good Witch ...

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EleanorSilverbergProinGriefandDementiaFebruary 4th

Are you looking for guidance to carry on with strengthened inner resiliency? Preview/order caregivingwithstrength.com

Look no further than this easy reading hands-on book - more than a book, a companion with "A" tips for coping, adapting to the ...

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