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Your Caregiving Journey: After Death, Where Does Hope Go?

Radio.svgAnna Stookey joined Denise on Tuesday July 16th to discuss this topic. You can check out Anna’s website at

Make sure to listen to the show and as always leave your comments.

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About Jane

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My name is Jane and I care for my 19 year old daughter, Nicole, who has several congenital heart defects, Eisenmenger's syndrome and pulmonary hypertension which is a rare, life-threatening, incurable and progressive lung disease that causes blood pressure within the pulmonary arteries to become higher than normal. She also has several other health issues that are not as severe.I have two blogs one is "A Day in the Life" which chronicles Nicole's diagnosis and our everyday life. My other blog is "Let's Get Organized" which chronicles my struggle to get the clutter out of my house and get organized.

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    I thought that this was a very good show. Denise hit it right on the head when she said that parenting is like caregiving because they are both about letting go.

    The question that came to mind for me was does this change or make it more difficult when the caree is a child?



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