Friday the Thirteenth For Caregivers
Do Not Limit Your Love.
Focus on the Results.
You can provide excellent care to others AND care well for yourself.
Thoughts are seeds. Actions connect the inner thoughts to the outer results.
Caregiving becomes easier when you are willing to do what is hard.
When you are uncomfortable, you are growing.
Four positive T. Harv Eker quotes to post as reminders:
“How you do anything is how you do everything.”
“Where attention goes, energy flows and results show.”
“You can choose to think in ways that will support your happiness and success, instead of ways that don’t.”
“Training and managing your own mind is the most important skill you could ever own, in terms of both happiness and success.”
The heart of caregiving is a combination of optimum self-care and the important discipline of nursing.
The discipline of nursing includes caring in a loving and professional way.
To harness our healthy caring we can provide consistent, effective care to our loved ones.
We benefit, greatly, by discovering the balance and focus of providing optimum self-care.