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Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
May 19, 2024
There's nothing quite like caring for someone with challenges or impairments to expose the gunk in one's soul Regardless of our best intentions when selfishness rears its ugly head our jaws can quickly tighten and our fists clench As a pianist my hands must always remain open to make beautiful music As caregivers what kind of music do we forfeit when resentment curls our hands into fists Try pushing a wheelchair with clenched fists Not with your loved one in it use an empty one It's challenging to do so Clenched fists accomplish few tasks it seems fighting is the [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
May 14, 2024
My friend once jokingly called me America's Caregiver and while it seemed over-the-top the concept stuck with me As I watched our nation grapple with profound challenges such as the porous southern border leading to illegal immigration our staggering national debt and a growing disconnect from what it means to be American I couldn't help but draw parallels between the principles that sustain family caregivers and those that could fortify our entire nation In this episode we explore how those fundamental principles that guide family caregivers can be applied to address these critical issues Consider the principle of adaptability just [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
April 26, 2024
Recall a situation where you witnessed an adult overreacting Did it catch you off-guard Did it make you uneasy A psychiatrist friend once shared a valuable insight with his team When you see a patient overreact or act out always remember there's a story behind that behavior Understanding this 'story' is crucial for caregivers dealing with individuals exhibiting frenetic or hyper behavior as it allows them to approach the situation with empathy and patience Adults don't lose self-control in a vacuum there's a build-up and a story behind their behavior When caregivers find themselves in the unpleasant predicament of engaging [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
April 14, 2024
Many caregivers struggle with decades-old promises to make sure to never put Mom in a nursing home When making that promise most recall healthier times when the thought of entering a facility seemed far on the horizon Reality sneaks up on the best of us and we find ourselves faced with uncomfortable circumstances The promise's tether can quickly transform into a noose around the neck of a family caregiver unable to meet the demands of a horrific condition From personal safety to medical expertise caregivers easily find themselves outmatched by an affliction and overpowered by guilt Despite the promise's sincerity [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
March 24, 2024
Winston Churchill stated We Are masters of unsaid words and slaves to those we let slip out As caregivers we live in a pressure cooker - and often spout of things we wish we could reclaim Sometimes we have to bit our tongues and learn to like the taste of blood In this opening monologue from the program I discuss this issue that affects everyone - it is the human condition - but we as caregivers can be exceptionally prone to this TRANSCRIPT there may be typos Welcome to Hope for the Caregiver here on American Family Radio This is [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
March 16, 2024
Host of the popular podcast Nutshell Sermons recording artist Bryan Duncan Grammy and Dove award winner shares his journey as a caregiver for his wife - and his book Dear God Really Prayers You Won't Hear in Church [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
March 15, 2024
As caregivers we often must make decisions that benefit the whole unit - not Just one person We get into the trap as caregivers where we're thinking of someone almost to the exclusion of everyone else I understand why - because that person has extreme needs But as a caregiver YOU are meeting many of those extreme needs What happens if you don't consider the person meeting the extreme needs You must think of the whole unit SHOW TRANSCRIPT May Contain Typos If you feel that you are operating out of guilt or fear or any of those things what [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
March 11, 2024
Comedian and long-time Sinatra pal Tommy Dreesen tells a wonderful story about Frank Sinatra and a pair of cufflinks This story has a powerful lesson for all of us but particularly for those of us serving as caregivers This and more from our broadcast on March None of this belongs to us and as soon as we die someone else is going to get it It's going to transfer Somebody will be wearing our stuff driving our car living in our home and living on our land - Frank Sinatra [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
March 09, 2024
When I launched a caregiver outreach I established a goal to help provide caregivers with a vocabulary that helped identify their feelings and needs Without understanding help remains elusive In this bonus segment from our broadcast I provide two unusual examples of how caregivers feel on any given day I do this to not only give fellow caregivers that understanding but those who seek to help them as well [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
March 05, 2024
Covering a lot of ground in this episode as I delve into how we choose to view our circumstances as caregivers in light of what Scripture teaches www hopeforthecaregiver com [... more]
Planning Matters Radio
Peter Richon
March 02, 2024
A recent study found women are far less financially prepared for retirement than men According to TransAmerica men have more than double the retirement savings of women As Peter with Richon Planning and Erin Kennedy discuss there are several factors that contribute to that discrepancy the earnings gap women are more likely to be caregivers and they're more likely to have professional interruptions Further of women do not have a retirement strategy versus of men However women live longer than men they need a retirement plan that accounts for longevity Working with a financial advisor can help you create a [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
March 01, 2024
For several years Pat Montague has produced my broadcast Hope for the Caregiver I recently talked with her about her own journey as a caregiver I have learned that leaning on the Lord for whatever he has in store is much more comfortable than resisting fighting and railing against what I don't like I would have not chosen amputation for my husband I'll be honest He had other options that he could have taken but he was astounded when he made that decision I didn't agree with it at the time Now I certainly do But leaning into the Lord [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
February 28, 2024
TRANSCRIPT This is the program for you as a family caregiver Healthy caregivers make better caregivers Hopeforthecaregiver com You know about that last block I ought to have a thing where you guys y'all send us some lyrics for the song Maybe we'll figure out which one's the best one and I'll get Gracie to sing it when she starts getting better What do you think Because she said Gracie was very worried She said look I've got to get my voice into shape I said well you've got time darling You're just now three months out of surgery so [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
February 24, 2024
Recently at a caregiver support group I lead a man who is caring for his wife suffering from Alzheimer's shared how she repeatedly peppers him with the same question I sighed for a moment in my heart he said And then I said to myself 'He's got this answer her question ' Listening to him I thought What a tremendous statement of faith to look at somebody who is suffering from Alzheimer's who asks the same question over and over and over He stopped himself from getting agitated and preached to himself He's Got This Answer her question That's a [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
February 18, 2024
People become disoriented in the journey of caregiving Caregivers often think Okay if I could get them to stop acting like this if I could just get through this next procedure if we could just see if we could stop this particular thing from happening then we can have the contentment and the peace and the satisfaction or the stability that we're craving How's that working for you How's that working for any of us It's like we have this stick out in front of us dangling this carrot of things going how we want them to be but we [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
February 15, 2024
Everything I do is to help talk my fellow caregivers off a ledge because people have done this for me People get so disoriented in the journey of caregiving Caregivers often think Okay if I could get them to stop acting like this if I could just get through this next procedure if we could just see if we could stop this particular thing from happening then we can have the contentment and the peace and the satisfaction or the stability that we're craving How's that working for you How's that working for any of us It's like we have [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
February 03, 2024
One of the greatest thefts to family caregivers comes from our own hearts We often steal from the moment to regret the past or fear the future Although yesterday's events may have arrived with tears and trauma today remains an opportunity to calm our hearts and deal with current circumstances As caregivers we all know our tomorrows most likely show up with challenges but unexpected joys may also arrive Surprising beauty awaits us along the way yet we are sure to miss it when our focus extends behind or in front of us None of this eliminates the grief we [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
January 29, 2024
Let Your Scars Speak Not Your Wounds One of the things that we've developed in our culture is this mentality of putting everything out there that doesn't need to be put out there You know you can blame it on Jerry Springer but it actually goes back a lot further than that But we have this I don't know there's some kind of sick fascination with getting out there and blurting out stuff that really needs to be kept private and needs to be dealt with And we as caregivers live with raw wounds And the easy thing for us [... more]
Our Daily Bread Ministries
Various Hosts
January 24, 2024
God why is this happening Is this really your plan for us As a husband and a dad of young children those questions and more swirled in my mind as I wrestled with a serious cancer diagnosis What rsquo s more our family had just served with a missions team that had seen many children receive Jesus as their Savior God had been bringing forth evident fruit There was so much joy And now this Esther likely poured out questions and prayers to God after she was plucked from a loving home and thrust into a strange new world Esther [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
January 08, 2024
Caregivers often find ourselves in the unenviable spot of needing to confront or provide leadership to people with far more skills and training than we possess One of the ways we can navigate those times is by learning to ask better questions Another is to educate ourselves As we face the new year I talked about those things and more [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
December 29, 2023
Waffles and Well-Being From extended hospital stays surrounded by faceless people in masks to longer nights where loneliness and fear serve as companions caregivers remain prone to feeling adrift and disconnected Longing for recognizable landmarks that signal safe harbor caregivers face the challenge of re-anchoring themselves often in a storm But it doesn't have to be complicated During my wife's surgeries in Denver I stepped into a Waffle House near the hospital I love Waffle House I grew up going to Waffle House but we now live in Montana and there's no Waffle House in the whole state In Denver [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
December 28, 2023
From A Minute for Caregivers - When Every Day Feels Like Monday Happy New Year can often feel perfunctory and even meaningless in the caregiving world Most of us know that January etc usually brings the same challenges as the previous week and year s Yet although our responsibilities may not change we can While many fall into the trap of ambitious but unrealistic New Year's Resolutions I usually give mine up for Lent caregivers can instead determine to live rather than just survive Living however requires risks Life is perilous despite our culture obstinately working to mitigate all risks [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
December 23, 2023
From A Minute for Caregivers- When Every Day Feels Like Monday An Instrument of Peace Walter Kirchhoff stepped into history on Christmas Eve in when the opera singer German officer sang Silent Night in both English and German on the battlefields of World War I On a beautiful moonlit night frost on the ground Kirchhoff's voice rose from the trenches and touched battle-hardened soldiers from Belgium France Germany and England The moment's poignancy spurred other soldiers to sing while temporarily laying down arms Incredulously the battlefield became festive as soldiers tentatively walked toward one another and extended Christmas greetings Despite [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
December 16, 2023
Grammy Award Winner Dove Award Winner Artist Songwriter and Caregiver Laura Story joined the program to share her story thoughts and how her life as a caregiver laurastorymusic com [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
December 09, 2023
A demoralizing point for many family caregivers lies in unmet expectations hopes and dreams We often visualize what could be but things beyond our control are roadblocks Ashamedly I admit to attempting control and trying to force things on more than one occasion only to frustrate myself my wife and many others Letting go of those hopes and expectations however can be painful Over the last few years I've tried a different approach In my mind I envision a rather large container I call The Box of Things That God Will Have to Redeem Offloading those items losses heartaches and [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
December 07, 2023
From - A MINUTE FOR CAREGIVERS - When Every Day Feels Like Monday How many caregivers put themselves through unnecessary stress trying to re-create Christmas traditions While a tree decorations meals and gifts remain important too many allow trappings to eclipse the season's meaning Sometimes the fear that this may be our loved one's last Christmas pushes us to ensure everything is perfect But what have we accomplished if we're exhausted or resentful by December One of the great joys I've experienced living in Montana is the opportunity to slow down When we lived in Nashville it seemed we raced [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
November 29, 2023
I recently did an interview with Seth and Deb Quad Cities radio Moody In this interview I provided the background of how Gracie got to where she is and what sustains us through this [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
November 25, 2023
For as long as I can remember when my father came home from reserve duty in the military he brought my brothers and my sister a pack of M M's Stretching past his military service as a chaplain he and my mother extended the treats when we returned home from school Each time we arrived with our luggage sometimes filled with dirty laundry we'd walk into our rooms to find a bag of M M's waiting on the pillow When they moved away from the house where they raised sons and a daughter their new home carried the tradition Bringing [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
November 20, 2023
From A Minute for Caregivers - When Every Day Feels Like Monday The Comfort of Gratitude Resentment can lead even the best of hearts into poor judgment wrath and even self-destruction For caregivers the fight against bitterness remains perpetual Maybe family and friends left us out to dry a bad medical call an employer fired us in a vulnerable moment or a drunk driver who caused incalculable pain there seems no end to the opportunities to hold a grudge Some caregivers even resent themselves while others shake their fists at God Regardless of the resentment's object the one who carries [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
November 06, 2023
I don't know about you but I need easy reminders on how I can improve my quality of life as a caregiver - ways to get healthier So a while back I came up with an easy reminder for myself - and I shared it on this episode [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
October 31, 2023
As a Caregiver do you often feel lost in someone else's story It happens Recovering your identity is the first step towards becoming a healthier caregiver In this episode we'll talk about losing the melody and how our vocabulary gives us away when we have lost our identity www hopeforthecaregiver com [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
October 23, 2023
Admittedly it's hard to know what to say to a struggling caregiver Yet in the absence of not knowing what to say people often say things that are unhelpful - or even more burdensome Here are three things to avoid telling caregivers - and suggestions for what to say instead [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
October 11, 2023
From A MINUTE FOR CAREGIVERS - When Every Day Feels Like Monday Several pilots I know express a standard command often given to less experienced pilots Work the problem and fly the plane The context involves pilots who fixate on a problem like a storm console light or other issues Riveting one's eyes on a single point to the exclusion of the bigger picture can quickly result in disastrous outcomes particularly when piloting an aircraft Locking in on one issue while dangerously losing perspective is not exclusive to pilots Caregivers frequently spiral out of control while arguing with an impairment [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
October 09, 2023
What is something that YOU like It's been my experience that many caregivers struggle to express a heart's desire Do you If so listen to this opening monologue from my radio program that aired on www hopeforthecaregiver com [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
October 04, 2023
A caller named Bill once shared on our caregiver program that his father was an abusive alcoholic for years His father has now suffered a stroke and requires extensive care but sadly still drinks Even though Bill is over fifty with a wife and kids he shared that he still feels like a terrified nine-year-old when he's around his father Bill's dad made his own decisions ones that evidently did not involve a recovery plan I shared with Bill that he can only do his best but his family needs the fifty-year-old version of BILL not the nine-year-old one Bill's [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
October 01, 2023
From Sept 's broadcast We covered quite a bit of ground in this episode Caregivers and Control or the lack thereof Caregivers and Content what do we feel our minds with Caregiver and Comportment would you trust your loved one to a physician who comported themselves like some of our elected officials have recently [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
September 27, 2023
From A MINUTE FOR CAREGIVERS- When Every Day Feels Like Monday Playing for Chickens There's an old story of a farmer who struggled to find ways to help his chickens lay more eggs After trying numerous techniques he heard of the beneficial effects of music and tried playing the flute for his chickens to help them lay more eggs Sitting beside the coop he diligently spent hours at a time performing beautiful songs in hopes of providing a better egg-laying environment After doing this for several weeks he noticed the number of eggs never changed Although tempted to be discouraged [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
September 20, 2023
We've done everything possible to save this leg all that's left is amputation when you're ready we'll have that conversation Those words came from Gracie's surgeon following numerous operations to save her right leg that was crushed and disfigured in her car accident Everyone in Gracie's life including me had an opinion about this and Gracie understandably struggled mightily during this time At twenty-five with a toddler the decision weighed heavily on her young heart Setting an appointment with our pastor Bob she limped into his office on her mangled right foot As she sat quietly in his study he [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
September 18, 2023
In a recent report from the American Medical Association AMA a list of the highest burnout rates among physicians are Emergency medicine Hospital medicine Family medicine Pediatrics Obstetrics and gynecology Internal medicine In this episode I discuss our response as caregivers to this alarming report [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
September 15, 2023
From A MINUTE FOR CAREGIVERS - When Every Day Feels Like Monday As caregivers we regularly feel intense pressure to fix or achieve Yet despite our best efforts many of the circumstances we face seem unyielding Our self-judgment over things beyond our control often leads to an incorrect verdict of failure Taking a step away from the caregiving realm consider the Slap heard around the world at the Academy Awards When Will Smith assaulted Chris Rock on stage in front of a global audience Chris Rock responded with extraordinary restraint Maintaining his composure Chris Rock continued with the show and [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
September 10, 2023
Robert Burns penned the line the best-laid schemes of mice and men can go awry more than years ago in his poem To A Mouse The phrase seems appropriate for the constant changes to the best of plans John Steinbeck turned the term for his classic Of Mice and Men and the phrase in various forms permanently resides in our cultural lexicon This is the phrase that came to mind over the last few days On Friday Sept th Gracie was scheduled for another serious back operation hours in Denver As we prepared to leave for the airport in Montana [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
September 07, 2023
Drive By Diagnosis The term Drive-By Diagnoses accurately captures the shared experiences of countless caregivers It's as though passersby morph into experts leaning out the window to offer advice on caring for loved ones irrespective of their connection or expertise Comments like Have you considered a new drug or I know someone who swears by this often emerge One might even stumble upon stories of the latest extract from a miracle plant thriving solely in some guy's backyard in New Guinea Worse still discussions occasionally veer into divine judgment implying wrongdoing as the cause of affliction What did you do [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
August 30, 2023
A Path Through the Storm When storms loom media outlets often show footage of people placing plywood on homes and businesses and hunkering down Caregiving is its own storm Although sometimes receiving advance notice caregiving can often descend like a tornado and last a lifetime If cameras followed caregivers many daily activities might resemble the frantic bustle of those boarding homes and businesses Imagine trying to build a five-year plan while simultaneously working to survive a hurricane Incredulously many caregivers regularly attempt such a feat While the aftermath of hurricanes usually brings clearer skies that allow rebuilding the lengthy caregiving [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
August 27, 2023
Genevieve Collins State Director Texas of Americans for Prosperity joined the program to discuss how AFP advocates for citizens crushed by health care debt Americans for Prosperity is the premier grassroots advocacy organization transforming policy around the country A major part of how they do that is to hear from individuals and families and allow them to share their stories - all the way to state houses and even Congress Genevieve shares how AFP in Texas advocates for families with severe and chronic medical challenges - and provides a voice for those who feel voiceless As Genevieve instructs in the [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
August 23, 2023
Many express difficulties in knowing how to help a caregiver but most caregivers agree that it's not complicated Sometimes it's just a bowl of soup and a kind word - From - A MINUTE FOR CAREGIVERS - When Every Day Feels Like Monday [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
August 16, 2023
Facing Our Giants Before the famous altercation with Goliath when David expressed anger at the blasphemous giant one of his embarrassed older brothers who camped at the battle scene furiously derided him But King Saul heard about David and astonishingly the king allowed the teenager to fight Goliath Saul even put his tunic and armor on him Saul was tall but David wasn't and the king's armor didn't fit Struggling to function in the ill-fitting battle garb David removed it and faced Goliath his way depending upon God's might David recognized he couldn't succeed while wearing something that didn't fit [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
August 09, 2023
Harsh Judgment Interviewing a couple who raised two children with Huntington's disease HD on my program they relayed a heartbreaking story where they stood before a judge who clearly didn't understand the nature of HD After repeated arrests for shoplifting violent behavior and other issues the judge commented from the bench that she felt this resulted from bad parenting Unable to address the court or defend themselves the couple shared We had to take it on the chin A five-minute search or phone call by the judge would have provided a bigger picture of the nature of this horrific disease [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
August 02, 2023
If caregivers mapped out a decision tree for our daily lives it would look like a forest Each day we're faced with numerous choices and most seem filled with unpleasant outcomes Sometimes the decisions before us have a paralyzing effect and we don't know what to do next In those moments we serve ourselves well to choose the next right thing as our action step The big problems become more approachable when our heads and hearts calm down For that to happen our decisions require reduction Unlike the giant single unpleasant task of eating the elephant one bite at a [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
August 01, 2023
Before you make that appointment with a counselor take a few moments and do these things [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
July 29, 2023
One of the toughest issues caregivers wrestle with - is guilt In this episode we discuss a path to deal with the guilt [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
July 26, 2023
Aggressive Assurance During a recent medical event with my wife she received significant time with the acute pain management team To my surprise they engaged me asked questions and solicited my thoughts as Gracie's longtime caregiver Recognizing that post-operative pain management with her is a bit of a trick they listened as I shared numerous incidents from her long journey After relating her history I added In my experience I've found that one of the most effective ways to help her is 'aggressive assurance ' Constantly reinforcing 'We've got you and we're on top of this ' The pain management [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
July 19, 2023
From A Minute For Caregivers - When Every Day Feels Like Monday [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
June 28, 2023
One of the more challenging things that caregivers face is feeling disoriented Caregiving hits are bodies minds emotions professions money and relationships - often simultaneously We desperately need situational awareness HopeForTheCaregiver com [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
June 03, 2023
Lt Col Oliver North USMC Ret joined me for a special conversation about his life as a caregiver for his wife Betsy I sent the manuscript of my new book A MINUTE FOR CAREGIVERS - When Every Day Feels Like Monday to Col North's publishing company Fidelis Publishing The manuscript resonated deeply with Col North - who is in his own difficult caregiving journey He not only expressed a great desire to publish this book but also graciously offered to write the foreword - which I included below Foreword by Oliver L North The Mayo Clinic diagnosis wasn't good but [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
May 24, 2023
My new book hits bookstores Each chapter offers -minute insights to help the family caregiver in THAT moment Drawing upon a lifetime of caregiving I speak to my fellow caregivers in a way that makes sense and settles their hearts down I point them to safety Order the book today at Faithful Text special discount Amazon Wal-Mart Barnes Noble Or wherever books are sold [... more]
Kingdom Pursuits
Robby Dilmore
May 20, 2023
Today Robby speaks with Peter Rosenberger with Hope For The Caregiver Listen as he shares a heartwarming and encouraging word for all of the caregivers in this world [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
May 16, 2023
In our ongoing series of helping caregivers stay safe we tackle fighting a battle while trying to be something we're not Plus we delve into five common financial missteps [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
May 12, 2023
Emily Boothroyd of Merrit Finacial Advisors www merritfa com called the program to share insights for caregivers when dealing with finances eboothroyd meritfa com Sharing five things to avoid two of them are Staying silent Trying to do it all Listen to the whole conversation and feel free to reach out to Emily for any questions you may have [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
May 07, 2023
Practical tips on sharing your message on the air [... more]
Our Daily Bread Ministries
Various Hosts
May 06, 2023
Always a busy guy Carson hunted fished rode dirt bikes and skateboarded He loved everything outdoors But he was in a motorcycle accident and became paralyzed from the chest down Soon depression sank in and he didn rsquo t see much of a future Then one day some of his buddies got him to go hunting again For a time he forgot about his injury as he enjoyed the beauty around him This experience brought him inner healing and inspired a new purpose for his life mdash to provide the same experience for others like him through a nonprofit organization [... more]
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