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I Forgot…

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I realized this morning as I was doing my “brain dump” for the day and looked at the calendar that I had missed the anniversary of my mother’s death which fell on Good Friday this year. My mother died on April 18th, 1998 after being told on April 8th, 1998, that she had Stage IV lung cancer. I found this out after she was in respiratory distress and was transported by ambulance to the hospital. ... Read More »

Table Talk with Trish

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Another wonderful show with Denise and Trish for Table Talk. She shares updates about Carol, Richard’s mom and as well as Robert and his new medication. Be sure to listen to the show and as always leave your comments. Hugs:o) Jane ~ the Roving Reporter More Caregiving Podcasts at Blog Talk Radio with Denise Brown on BlogTalkRadio Read More »

Virtual Caregiving Conference Wrap-Up

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What a wonderful, wonderful conference. I am honored that I was able to be one of the presenters. I am also so grateful and had tears in my eyes at all the nice comments made about my presentation on my facebook page. Holly’s presentation was so incredible. I admire and am inspired by Holly and I want to be just like her when I grow up. I could so relate to her bus story. I ... Read More »

January 22, 2010

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(This post is part of the #Blog4Care blog carnival hosted by Caring Across Generations. By sharing our caregiving stories, we hope we can create solutions to the care crisis affecting millions of Americans. ) Four years ago today we took Nicole to a cardiologist due to low oxygen saturation levels. I never, ever thought that we would hear that she had been born with a major heart defect. We were told that she had a ... Read More »

Podcast: Does Fear Block Abundance?

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Denise was joined by Ellen Rogin on Thursday, March 20t,h to answer the question, Do our fears block our abundance? What an excellent show–I always learn so much. I need to listen to it again and take notes. The acronym for FEAR is False Evidence Appearing Real which is so very true. Make sure you listen to the show and as always leave your comments. Hugs:o) Jane ~ The Roving Reporter More Caregiving Podcasts at ... Read More »

Podcast: Table Talk with Holly

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Holly joined Denise on March 15th for her monthly chat. Holly talked about truth which is whatever we believe it is. As always a very interesting show. Be sure to listen below and as always let us know what you think. Hugs:o) Jane ~ The Roving Reporter Online Caregiving Radio at Blog Talk Radio with Denise Brown on BlogTalkRadio Related Articles Table Talk: Trish (caregiving.com) Podcast: Table Talk with Holly (caregiving.com) Podcast: Dementia Care Talk ... Read More »

Table Talk: Trish

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Denise was joined by @Trish for Table Talk on Saturday, March 8th. They talked about Robert’s bad reaction to a switch in his seizure medications and how stopping the medication was bittersweet. Make sure you listen to the show and as always leave your comments. Hugs:o) Jane ~ The Roving Reporter New Caregiving Podcasts with Denise Brown on BlogTalkRadio Related Articles Podcast: Table Talk with Trish (caregiving.com) Podcast: Table Talk with Holly (caregiving.com) Table Talk: ... Read More »

Podcast: Table Talk with Pam

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Denise was joined by Pamela Thorson (@pamthorson) who cares for her son after a tragic accident when he was 19 years old. She talks about her life and how much she loves caring for her son and everything she has learned from this experience. I must say since I have been “The Roving Reporter” this show has had the greatest impact on me. I was in tears listening to Pam talk about her caregiving situation ... Read More »

Podcast: The Caregivers

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Denise was joined by Nell Lake, author of A Caregiver’s Story: A Support Group’s Stories of Slow Loss, Courage and Love, to discuss her book and how her grandmother influenced her. Be sure to check out Nell’s website at www.nelllake.com. Listen to the show and as always leave your comments below. Hugs:o) Jane ~ The Roving Reporter New Caregiving Podcasts with Denise Brown on BlogTalkRadio Related Articles Podcast: Dementia Care Talk Show (caregiving.com) Dating During ... Read More »

Podcast: Surviving the Daily Grind of Dementia

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Denise was joined by Claire Day on Feb. 25th as she is every fourth Tuesday of the month to talk about how to survive through the day with a caree with dementia. I always find that I can take something away even though I don’t care for someone with dementia. Be sure to listen to the show and as always leave your comments below. Hugs:o) Jane ~ The Roving Reporter Listen To Caregiving Internet Radio ... Read More »

Ignorance ….

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I wrote this entry on my blog yesterday. I hadn’t thought about putting it on here until I saw Denise’s blog “Do You Feel You Have to Explain” and thought this tied right into it. I’m not sure that this is the proper title for this blog but this is all that is coming to mind. It has been a difficult week with fighting to get a medication that Nicole needs which I will write ... Read More »

Podcast: Table Talk with Holly

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Denise talks with Holly on the third Saturday of each month. Holly continues her conversation from last month. As always I learn something from her. This is one I will definitely listen to again. Be sure to listen to it below and as always leave a comment below. Hugs:o) Jane ~ The Roving Reporter New Caregiving Internet Radio with Denise Brown on BlogTalkRadio Related Articles Podcast: Table Talk with Trish (caregiving.com) Table Talk: Janice (caregiving.com) ... Read More »

Podcast: Table Talk with Trish

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Trish joined Denise on Saturday, Feb. 8th, to discuss caregiving issues while working. As always I love listening to @Trish. I can relate to her about writing and I know sometimes I get so caught up in just living day to day life that I forget about writing and how much I love it. Be sure to listen below and as always make sure you leave a comment. Hugs:o) Jane ~ The Roving Reporter New ... Read More »

Podcast: Financial Resilience

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Ellen Rogin joined Denise on Thursday, Feb. 6th, to talk about some ways to get your financial life in order. As always I learn so much listening to Ellen. I also love the quote that she gave and think it is time to update my quote on my signature line in my emails. Be sure to listen and as always don’t forget to leave your comments. Hugs:o) Jane ~The Roving Reporter Popular Caregiving Internet Radio ... Read More »

Podcast: Dementia Care Talk Show

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Claire Day joined Denise on Tuesday, Feb. 4th, for their monthly chat. Claire answers a listener’s question. Want to know what that question is? You will have to listen to find out. Make sure to listen below and as always leave your comments below. Hugs:o) Jane ~ The Roving Reporter More Caregiving Podcasts at Blog Talk Radio with Denise Brown on BlogTalkRadio Related Articles Dementia Care: How Do You Make It? (caregiving.com) Dementia Care: How ... Read More »

Table Talk: Janice

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Denise talked with Janice, who cares for her mother. This is Janice’s third time on the show and I have enjoyed every one. I love the use of “mum” that Canadians use. My mom who was Canadian also used that. Be sure to check out the show and as always leave your comments below. Hugs:o) Jane ~ the Roving Reporter Check Out Caregiving Podcasts at Blog Talk Radio with Denise Brown on BlogTalkRadio Read More »

Resistance vs. Denial

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Last week on the 22nd of January was the fourth anniversary of Nicole’s diagnosis. I wrote a blog which I forgot to copy and paste over here so if you want to read it you can go to my blog. It was a difficult day as our life changed so much that day four years ago. I would venture a guess that it was much harder for Nicole as she is the one that has ... Read More »

Podcast: An Emotional Table Talk

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Holly joined Denise on January 25th for Table Talk. Holly, who cares for her husband, talked about her latest loss. It was a very good but emotional show. My deepest sympathies go out to Holly at the loss of Riley. I know how hard it is to lose a pet. What awesome friends you have to help you like that. Holly inspires me to be a better person and try to cope better with Nicole’s ... Read More »

Podcast: Managing Your Caree’s Anger

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Denise was joined by Anna Stookey to talk about managing your caree’s anger. It was a good show and something I think we all have to deal with as caregivers even though some have to deal with it more than others. Be sure to listen to the show and as always leave your comments below. Hugs:o) Jane ~ The Roving Reporter Popular Caregiving Internet Radio with Denise Brown on BlogTalkRadio Related Articles Podcast: Table Talk ... Read More »

Podcast: Getting to Your Success

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Denise was joined by Ellen Rogin on January 9th to discuss how to overcome the obstacles we hit on the way to success. She gives of four tips that will help us. What a wonderful, informative show. Be sure to listen to the show and as always leave your comments below. Hugs:o) Jane ~ The Roving Reporter New Caregiving Internet Radio with Denise Brown on BlogTalkRadio Related Articles Our Caregiving Year in Review (caregiving.com) Tell ... Read More »

Podcast: Table Talk with Trish

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Denise was joined by Trish today and talked about the idea of a support group for caregivers in the work place. Denise also asked Trish the question which is harder cargiving or your career. Want to know the answer? You will need to listen to the show. I think in some cases caregiving is harder than parenting especially when you have to combine the two. Another awesome show with Trish so make sure that you ... Read More »

Podcast: Table Talk with G-J

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@G-J joined Denise yesterday on Table Talk to discuss how she is now living in her future, four years after her husband’s diagnosis. What an awesome show. I can so totally relate to how G.J. feels. It will be four years this month since Nicole was diagnosed and I never ever thought my future would look like it does. Congratulations G.J. on all your accomplishments that you have achieved in 2013. I really need to ... Read More »