Posts Tagged ‘ Caregiving ’

Book Parties,Signings and Events for HOPress-Shorehouse Books/Corner Office Books Authors

October 16, 2017
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This fall, is a busy time for HOPress-Shorehouse Books/Corner Office Books Authors so we want to share when and where our authors will be: Saturday, October 21st at 7 PM– Mary Farr will be doing…

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How do you know? I’ll tell you how!

September 14, 2017
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Today you get to see one of my mistakes……..I made a video for the National Caregiving Conference, but as I’ve done since first grade in St. Aloysious Catholic School, I did not follow directions. So,…

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Laugh and the World Laughs With You……

August 18, 2017
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Okay, kids….it’s time to laugh, even just a little bit… How do you know if you are a caregiver? If you are buying wipes and you don’t have a baby….. If you have dozens of…

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When in Doubt…..Baked Goods!

July 10, 2017
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I was having dinner with a friend last night who lives far away from me.  She was telling me about her parents and caregiving. I was flattered that this very busy, corporate woman had obviously…

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Fun and Games with Healthcare!

June 9, 2017
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What better time to try and laugh than now? I’m trying….really, I am. My mom provides me with great material, although I don’t think she means to, and I don’t think she’s always happy to…

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Having Fun is Hard…..

May 19, 2017
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I have been working diligently on my new website as well as doing a wonderful amount of speaking engagements for the last three months. I am so happy with my work right now.  I think…

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Travels and travails with mom and her cat

January 7, 2016
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As frustrating as it can be to care for aging parents, there also are moments filled with hilarity — along with cat barf and poop at 35,000 feet. Here’s the story: My then-72-year-old mother is…

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Cathy Sikorski Memoir Proves Humor’s Healing Power Even in the Most Difficult Circumstances

May 11, 2015
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A caregiver requires a steady hand, nerves of steel and, as Cathy Sikorski proves, a well-developed sense of humor.  In her first book, a memoir entitled Showering With Nana: Confessions of a Serial Killer…Caregiver (HumorOutcasts…

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Best Notify My Next of Kin…This Wheel Shall Explode….Absolutley Fabulous

January 21, 2015
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The frustration level of caregiving is equal to the dropping temperatures here on the East Coast, which is at a 100 year low.  Pretty sure that’s true. Finally after spending 6 months in rehab, my…

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Medicare Open Enrollment…open season for craziness

November 6, 2014
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Have you ever had the experience as a caregiver (or even a co-worker) where you’ve been taking care of someone and they are clearly forgetting things and allowing you to have all the responsibility and power?…

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