In Soul Care for Caregivers: How to Help Yourself While Helping Others, author and psychology professor Susanne West provides a guide and toolkit for family and professional caregivers that includes practical suggestions, creative processes, action steps, and inspiration to help you care for your mind, body, and soul while caring for others. Soul Care for Caregivers explores topics such as: *How to manage the challenges and stressors of caregiving *How to prevent burnout and “compassion fatigue” *Why healthy boundaries are important and how to set and maintain them *How to identify the “soul gifts” of caregiving *Why creative expression is good medicine for caregivers *How to access intuition to assist you in caregiving *Resources for information and support *Insights from four family and four professional caregivers *Anecdotes from the author’s caregiving experiences
Grieving God's way requires us to trust that He will lead us through the darkness, heal our pain, take away our weariness, and fill our hearts with hope, peace, and new purpose. From defining what grief is to validating its importance, Brownley gives us the components necessary to find God within our sorrow and grieve with Him.Grieving God's Way offers insight into healing our grieving body, soul, heart, and spirit. Infused with scriptures and inspirational haiku by Diantha Ain, this book motivates us to shift our grieving from man's way to God's way. . . slow and often invisible but with truly amazing results.
Here is an overview of the DivorceCare experience:
- You’ll probably feel a little nervous about going to DivorceCare the first time.
- You’ll discover there are people who understand your hurts, emotions and painful experiences! In divorce, it’s common to feel isolated.
- You’ll learn helpful, practical information that will help you recover from your separation or divorce.
- You’ll have the chance to talk about your experiences.
- You’ll become part of a “family.
- Your children will have the opportunity to heal. Many DivorceCare groups also sponsor DivorceCare for Kids (DC4K) groups. DC4K is a fun environment for kids to learn how to work through the hurt of divorce. The DC4K program features videos, music, games, crafts and activities for children ages 5–12.
- You’ll discover hope for the future.