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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: Holly

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Holly, who cares for her husband, joined Denise today to talk about being authentic in caregiving. What a great show! What great definitions of authentic. Be sure to listen and as always leave your comments. Hugs:o) Jane The Roving Reporter New Caregiving Podcasts with Denise Brown on BlogTalkRadio Related Articles Podcast: Talking Peace with Holly (caregiving.com) Table Talk: Working and Caregiving (caregiving.com) Life After Caregiving: An Update from Roaringmouse (caregiving.com) Your Caregiving Journey: Valuing Your ... Read More »

Podcast: Talking Peace with Holly

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Denise talked with Holly, who cares for her husband, today on Table Talk on Your Caregiving Journey. The discussion was about peace a continuation of Wednesday’s Hot Topics show. You don’t want to miss this show so make sure that you catch it and as always be sure to leave your comments about peace. Listen to internet radio with Denise Brown on BlogTalkRadio Related Articles Table Talk with Holly (caregiving.com) Podcast: Life After Caregiving: An ... Read More »

Table Talk with Holly

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Holly joined Denise for Table Talk on Saturday, June 15th, to talk about self-care during your caregiving journey. I don’t listen as much as I would like to Table Talk but I really like Holly when she is on. She said terrific things that I could relate to in my own caregiving journey as I tend to focus my whole life on Nicole and her medical issues. It is important that I don’t do this. ... Read More »

How Do You Manage Caregiving’s Slooooow Motion?

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Yesterday, on Your Caregiving Journey, Holly, who cares for her husband, joined me for our monthly chat on Table Talk. You can listen to our show via the player below. Holly updated us on Dave’s condition; she shared a few tough moments during the holidays and Dave’s need for more help. She also told us how slow Dave moves. It’s what every family caregiver experiences–a caree that literally moves in slow motion. It’s one of ... Read More »

When So Much Changes, Can the Love Stay the Same?

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On Saturday, Holly, who cares for her husband, Dave, joined me for Table Talk on Your Caregiving Journey. You can listen to our show via the player below. Holly spoke about the changes that have happened in her marriage since Dave’s diagnosis of dementia. The changes are difficult, particularly those that impact their intimate life. We spoke about how Holly manages her sadness and how she works through her feelings when she sees, for instance, ... Read More »

Moving to Joy

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This morning, Holly, who cares for her husband, joined me for our monthly discussion on Table Talk. You listen to our show via the player, below. Holly and I picked up this month where we left off last month: Can you have joy in a tough experience like caregiving? During our conversation, Holly referenced the Abraham Hicks emotional scale, which you see below (thanks so much to ejourneys for finding this): Holly shared a quote ... Read More »

A Triangle Which Meets Both Needs

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Yesterday on Your Caregiving Journey, Holly joined me for our monthly chat on Table Talk. (You can listen to our show via the player below.) We began our conversation with a continuation of our discussion from last month’s show on vision boards. From vision boards, we moved to this question: When my needs and my caree’s needs are in conflict, what do I do? I offered this example to Holly: I’m in desperate need of ... Read More »

Your Vision Board for Your Future

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On Saturday, Holly, who cares for her husband, joined me for Table Talk on Your Caregiving Journey. You can listen to our show via the player below. Holly and I discussed a listener’s question: I’ve returned to caregiving after a nice break. I find myself having irrational thoughts like, “I’m never going to get another break again.” Help! Holly offered several great suggestions, including asking yourself three questions when the irrational thoughts take over: 1. ... Read More »

Tell Us: What Do You Now Accept?

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This morning, Holly, who cares for her husband, joined me for our monthly chat. You can listen to our show via the player below. You’ll remember that, when Holly joined us last month, a bear had paid a visit to her back porch. Last summer, visits from the bear brought Holly to her knees (and to tears). To Holly, bear become a barrier between Holly and what she loves–taking care of and enjoying nature. With ... Read More »

What’s Your Bear?

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Yesterday, Holly, who cares for her husband, Dave, joined me for Table Talk on Your Caregiving Journey. We talked about how to feel better on a bad day. You can listen to our show via the player below. I asked Holly to tell us about her bad days. In turns out, her recent bad days hinge on the arrival of a bear. On Friday morning, a bear greeted her outside her door. This is the ... Read More »

Conversations After the Diagnosis

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This morning, on Your Caregiving Journey, Holly, who cares for her husband, Dave, joined me for Table Talk. You can listen to our show via the player, below. Holly spoke about conversations she and Dave had had after the diagnosis of frontotemporal dementia and about end-of-life. Holly shared her thoughts about how to respond when a caree talks about a diagnosis and death. When Dave talks about dying because of his diagnosis, she responds truthfully. ... Read More »

Holiday Talk

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Last night, we aired our live call-in show on Your Caregiving Journey. Bette updated us on her holiday plans. And both Kathy and Trish called to share; Kathy shared her holiday tip and Trish shared the story of her holiday meltdown. You can listen to our show via the player below. Our call-in shows are fun because you make them that. It’s fun that you call in and it’s great that you join the conversation ... Read More »

A Holly Day on Table Talk

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This morning on Your Caregiving Journey, Holly, who cares for her husband, joined me for Table Talk. You can listen to our show via the player below. Our conversation today centered on trusting our life, which can seem utterly impossible when life seems too difficult or unfair. Holly shared that her life is better when she trusts, when she surrenders. When life seems tough to her, she’ll ask herself, “Am I resisting ‘What is?’” If ... Read More »

Respecting Yourself with Boundaries

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Yesterday on Your Caregiving Journey, Holly, who cares for her husband, joined me for Table Talk to discuss boundaries. You can listen to our show via the player at the bottom of the post. Holly defined boundaries as a way to respect yourself. A great way to understand your boundaries is to ask yourself, “What’s best for me?” When you think and act from a place of what’s best for you, others see you at ... Read More »

Accepting to Find the Fairness of Life

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This morning on Your Caregiving Journey, Holly, who cares for her husband, joined me to share her story of accepting her truth in her life. You can listen to our show via the player at the bottom of the post. Holly shared a time in her life when she felt her inner light had been turned off. She was already caring for Dave, diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia in 2006, when she learned they had lost ... Read More »

Facing Reality After a Break

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Wow, did I get behind!! I meant to post a recap of Saturday’s talk show on Sunday. Well, just for a few moments we’ll consider today to be Sunday. So, yesterday (wink), Holly, who cares for her husband, joined me for our monthly chat as part of Table Talk on Your Caregiving Journey. Last month, Holly and I talked about taking a break and really taking a break, without packing along worry. As we ended ... Read More »

Talking the Reality of Breaking

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This morning on Your Caregiving Journey, Holly, who blogs about caring for her husband, Dave, joined me for Table Talk. Holly recently took a weekend trip with girlfriends so I suggested we talk about the trip and how she leaves without taking guilt. You can listen to our show via the player, below. To help manage her time away, Holly breaks out the trip into three parts: The planning, the trip and the return. For ... Read More »

You’re the Coach

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This morning on Your Caregiving Journey, Holly, who cares for her husband who has frontotemporal dementia, joined me for Table Talk. She helped to answer the questions: How much do I push my caree? How do I know how much he or she can handle? (You can listen to our show, via the player below.) Holly shared several suggestions, including eliminating a question when assigning tasks. Meaning, instead of asking her husband to help, she ... Read More »

Think 90%

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This morning on Your Caregiving Journey, Holly, who cares for her husband, joined me for Table Talk. Today, we talked about planning for the future when the future seem so fuzzy. You can listen to our show via the player below. Holly offered a suggestion she learned in a leadership book by John Maxwell: Focus 5% of your thoughts on the past. Focus 5% of your thoughts on the future. Focus 90% of your thoughts ... Read More »

How Do You Manage the Sad?

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Yesterday, on Your Caregiving Journey, Holly, who cares for her husband, joined us to talk about how she manages her sad moments. You can listen to our show via the player below. Holly and I talked about the difference between sadness and depression. For me, sadness is a response to an upsetting situation. I think depression, often described as anger toward inward, has a component of self-blame. I think depression sometimes can be sadness which ... Read More »

The Dominoes of Caregiving: Those Changes

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Your caree has a change in condition, which causes a change in your caregiving role, which then seems to change your life. How do you manage the domino effect of caregiving? This was the topic of this morning’s Table Talk episode on Your Caregiving Journey. Holly, who cares for her husband, Dave, joined us to talk about how she adjusts to their changes because of his diagnosis of Frontotemporal dementia. You can listen to our ... Read More »