Caregivers struggle when they are thrust into the role of being responsible for others. It might be a newborn child with special needs, or an aging parent with Alzheimer’s or Dementia. It could be a disease, terminal or not, which requires a total life change. A spouse with PTSD or wounded warriors who return home different from the way they left to serve their country. Who can I talk to about my new role? Where can I find support? How can they care for themselves and the other members of the family? Where are the friends they once had? Who can they talk to about the loneliness and isolation they feel? You are not alone. Through these pages, you will see that others share your thoughts, your pain, and your loneliness. There are tips to care for yourself and remain balanced. A must read for those who suffer alone!
We all want to eat healthy. We want to cook at home. We want to eat together as a family at the dinner table. But let’s be honest, parents are busy and these are challenging goals to accomplish. This book is meant to move the needle from, “bad diet” to “better diet”, but don’t let that word, “Diet”, throw you because this isn’t a fad diet book. This is a short book of adaptable tips to get you started and use your own personal food preferences to build better food habits. We address three challenges that parents face in the world of food: Eating Healthy, Eating Healthy on a Budget, and Eating Together as a Family. In this book you’ll find dozens of tips on each subject, many of which are backed by science. Use the ones that work for you and your family and start your journey to a healthier lifestyle today.