November 29th, 2010, the Monday following this Thanksgiving weekend, I will be interviewed at 2:00pmET by Susan Baida of eCareDiary on her popular weekly Empowering Family Caregivers BlogTalk Radio show.
TOPIC: Can I Survive as a Caregiver? And is it too much to ask for a sprinkle of JOY?
ANSWER: Question #1: Yes. Question #2: No.
Join us online or call in to ask questions or share your joyful experiences.
This will be a FUN and fast-paced 30-minute interview where I’ll share how
- my husband and I became caregivers–not recommended!
- we found ways to survive–it was close!
- we found the JOY–Hint: It’s in the little things!
We’ll make time for your questions; so “tune in” then CALL!
Throughout the show, you’ll receive three life-saving tips…YOU DO WANT TO SURVIVE caregiving, right? While surviving, wouldn’t it be nice to find a little joy?
You’ll also get a link to our complete TIPS page–an attractive one-page Caregiver TIPS sheet to remind you each day of what you need to do to Survive and Find the JOY.
For your family members who are still in denial about the sacrifices you make to provide quality care for your loved one, you’ll receive a link for a special offer that will strengthen and humor you and enlighten them.
Join us online at RADIO interview: Can I Survive as a Caregiver with Brenda Avadian, MA on the Empowering Family Caregivers BlogTalk Radio show or call in (347) 857-3399
Until then, MAY YOU have a WONDERFUL THANKSGIVING!!!
The following has been making the rounds on the Internet–wish I knew who wrote this.
May your Stuffing be tasty,
May your Turkey be plump,
May your Potatoes ‘n Gravy have nary a lump,
May your Yams be delicious,
May your Pies take the prize,
May your Thanksgiving Dinner stay off of your thighs!
Gobble till you Wobble……
Brenda Avadian, MA
Caregiver Spokesperson, Advocate, and Author
P.S. If you have a little more time, check out Lori Borgman’s Walk Down Thanksgiving’s Memory Lane: Over the River and through the Traffic… Be sure to scroll down and read her updated rendition of the classic poem/lyrics to Over the River and through the Woods…