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5-minute Respite for overwhelmed and stressed out caregivers

Posted Nov 16 2009 10:00pm

The NUMBER ONE tip for stressed out and overwhelmed caregivers of brain- impaired adults (e.g., Alzheimer’s) is to take a FIVE-MINUTE RESPITE.

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Most of us feel so busy in this rush-rush world, a five or ten minute respite seems doable.


Things to do during your FIVE-MINUTE RESPITE

Step away momentarily from the cause of stress.

Go outside: breathe the air; enjoy the view, take a few steps.

Go to another room and stretch. Be sure to breathe deeply.

View a fun and/or inspiring video on YouTube.

Listen to a piece of your favorite music that energizes and gives you hope.


More tips like these are available in “Where's my shoes?" My Father's Walk Through Alzheimer’s.

Tenth Anniversary <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" /> HOLIDAY special


Get a handful of your caregiving friends together and buy a case of 20 books for gift giving this season.

Your Price: $249 (Includes shipping and State tax)   Retail with tax and shipping: $393  


Families need to know their care options—whether in-home care combined with adult day care, assisted living, or nursing care. Offer your clients a lasting and personal gift that will be passed from family to friend at least 3 times given the feedback we receive from our readers.   


For more about the book, see“Where's my shoes?" My Father's Walk Through Alzheimer’s.


To take advantage of this holiday offer, drop us a quick eMail and we'll take care of the rest!


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