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In Six Words, What’s a Caregiving Day?

Sunrise-Daytona-Beach-FLLast week, @G-J and @jbones1961 interviewed me for our Friday video chat. During our show, G-J asked me: What’s a day like for you?

Which makes me wonder: What’s a caregiving day like for you?

And, I’ve love to learn about your day in six words. You can create as many six-word descriptions of your day as you need. And, because every day can be different, please feel free to describe as many days as you want; just stick to six words.

Share yours by Monday, June 10, for a chance to win. I’ll choose a random winner to receive audio copies of Take Comfort and Take Comfort, Too. With these MP3s, you can bring my words of comfort with you wherever you need them–the car, the doctor’s house, your house. (Update: Congrats to Don, who won!)

Please share your six-word descriptions of your caregiving day in our comments, below.

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About Denise Brown

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I began working with family caregivers in 1990 and launched CareGiving.com in 1996 to help and support them. Through my blog, I share words of comfort and offer coping strategies and tips. I also write opinion pieces about recent research, community programs and media coverage of caregiving issues.

9 comments

  1. Avatar of Trish

    Up early. Chaos. Slooooow moving. Laughter.

  2. Avatar of Pegi

    GooD day: Up late; coffee brewing; hubby happy
    Doctor day: Up early, assist, dress, wrestle wheelchair
    Very Good Day: coffee, assist and dress, fun outing

  3. Avatar of Richard

    Frantic, Educative, Active, Loving, Fun, Calm

  4. Avatar of Richard

    Active, Calm, Active, Jeopardy, Wheel, Peace

  5. (Her) bath, shopping, haircut, lunch,(Me) exhausted, nap

  6. Avatar of Chris

    I broke my six words into one: SIMPLE

    Sincere
    Interactive
    Memorable
    Productive
    Lovingly
    Evolving

  7. Avatar of ejourneys

    On a good day:
    Patience, listening, love, laughter, hugs, rest

    On a bad day:
    Brainstorm, seek help, don’t panic, persevere

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