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Peter Rosenberger
An exceptional voice of experiencefor an unprecedented need. For more than thirty years, Peter Rosenberger has personally traveled the path of the family caregiver. Through this journey, Peters discovered a caregiver cannot only survive, but thrive in oftentimes grim circumstances.

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Truth Talk
Stu Epperson
June 05, 2024
Truth talk is guest hosted by Peter Rosenburge [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
June 02, 2024
Ever been on a cattle drive in Montana I got to do this last week and it was awesome As caregivers not every day will be filled with excitement and joy but that doesn't mean we won't ever have days that lift our hearts make us grin and even make us feel exuberant See more at peterrosenberger com [... 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 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
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
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]
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 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 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
October 29, 2023
Fearless Even When Vulnerable is one of the things Business Nitrogen CEO David Asarnow looks for in his clients - because he understands that concept better than most His passion faith and fearlessness have prompted him to stand up and make his voice heard in the aftermath of the terrorists attacks by Hamas against Israel David and I have been friends for many years and I saw my friend's anguish and courage - so I invited him to the program to share his heart I am confident that you will be profoundly inspired by his words and passion Pray for [... 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
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
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 14, 2023
Author Beth Marshall shares her journey through grief and how she remains Uncrushed www bethgmarshall com Beth Marshall is a freelance journalist conference speaker and author of Grief Survivor and A Time to Heal a grief journal After losing close family members she began to journal through the difficult days of grief As she wrote about her loved ones and started connecting with others she realized joy-filled life after loss is possible [... 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 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]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
March 28, 2023
I often encounter fellow caregivers struggling in horrific circumstances And I just as often unexpectedly encounter folks from all sorts of backgrounds who fight to find solid ground as caregivers In this episode I share some of those encounters and ask what your thoughts are about their circumstances - and what I offered [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
November 25, 2022
Our special Thanksgiving program and also a special monologue regarding my op-ed in the Washington Times See Text Below Happy Thanksgiving Peter Rosenberger HopefortheCaregiver com Resentment can lead even the best of hearts into poor judgment malice and even self-destruction While life provides ample opportunities to hold a grudge the resistance to do so remains a triumph of the human soul Sadly that triumph can be elusive - and seems to be the plight of the th President From barbed comments against those in his party and the pulpit-pounding of outrage Trump's resentment oozes through each insult since the election [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
November 07, 2022
Let Me Be Brutally Honest A recent article listed annoying phrases permeating our culture's conversation Statements like I'm sorry if I offended you or At the end of the day were of course included but an additional phrase buried in the list captured my attention Let me be brutally honest Most at the receiving end of that phrase can affirm that what follows leans more towards brutal rather than honest Like a fighter adjusting an opponent's chin to deliver a knockout punch let me be brutally honest is often a setup to a haymaker Those who lead with that phrase [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
October 30, 2022
How do you help anchor someone with a lifetime of abnormal circumstances to normalcy How do you help yourself do so I recently discussed this on the show - as well as provided a few insights into the extraordinary person that is my wife Gracie [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
September 12, 2022
Fly the Plane Work the Problem Several pilots I know express a standard command often given to less experienced pilots Fly the plane work the problem 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 especially when piloting an aircraft The crash of Eastern Air Lines Flight on December caused fatalities An investigation revealed that the cockpit crew fixated on a burned-out landing gear light while failing to recognize the disengaged autopilot [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
July 24, 2022
Drawing upon nearly years as a teaching pastor and years as a caregiver Rob Morgan brings a wealth of understanding and experience to today's challenging issues Following the death of his wife Rob candidly shares his thoughts and experiences while anchoring himself and others in the Scripture Teaching on the book of Revelation Rob recently authored THE FINAL EVENTS IN WORLD HISTORY In this new book Rob shares how he draws encouragement from this book that confuses and even frightens so many www robertjmorgan com [... more]
Kingdom Pursuits
Robby Dilmore
July 16, 2022
In today's episode Robby is joined by Hope For The CareGiver's own Peter Rosenberger As well as Dr Wallace from the How To Fix America Summit Listen as they talk about how we should not only pray for our country as a whole but how we should do what we can to be a light for God in our country and around the world [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
July 14, 2022
After twice doing the Heimlich Maneuver on my wife I knew there had to be a better way I saw the Founder and CEO of LifeVac Arthur Lih discussing his company's amazing product - and I invited him to call the program As is usually the case with a product like this there's a moving story behind the invention Take a listen to Arthur - and make sure to get a LIFEVAC device for your home TODAY www lifevac net [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
July 07, 2022
In the wake of yet another shooting details emerge of a highly disturbed young man in Highland Park - with problems known to the family community and authorities While the obligatory wrangling over the nd amendment and gun control rages on how can we respond to this and potentially horrific events waiting on the horizon [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
June 07, 2022
Author Kate Dreston shares her new book of devotions for those with a loved one facing terminal illness [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
April 23, 2022
From Hope for the Caregiver's national broadcast - - Let's face it many people don't know what to say when encountering someone struggling with divorce broken relationships a tragedy or other painful realities Just put it behind you Don't look in the rearview mirror That's in the past While sounding like good advice to keep moving forward there are times when acknowledging the magnitude of someone's heartache is appropriate and sifting through the mess and assessing the destruction is required Recovery takes time and part of the process involves meticulously inspecting the damage Any insurance adjuster who's visited a client [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
March 24, 2022
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Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
March 17, 2022
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 recent surgery in Denver I stepped into a Waffle House near the hospital I love Waffle House I grew up going to Waffle House but there's no Waffle House near us in Montana in the whole state In Denver where I knew few [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
March 02, 2022
Noise bombards us every day Traffic -hour news our mobile devices and a host of other things forms a wall of sound that keeps many of us in a state of agitation For caregivers taking a moment to sit quietly and settle our hearts down seems nearly impossible But if we don't take time for stillness we're going to have to make time for illness The constant state of anxiety stress and sensory overload we experience as caregivers will eventually make us sick Ask any health care professional about the long-term effects of stress When's the last time anyone ever [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
February 27, 2022
Hope for the Caregiver airs each week on signals This show first aired on Today's show features an opening monologue about Caregiving versus Caregiver Also a surgeon caught me by surprise with this question Later on in the program a special interview with one of the founders of crowd funders GIVE SEND GO and a special song from Gracie [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
February 26, 2022
From YOUR CAREGIVER MINUTE The morning of the most extensive surgery my wife's ever faced we both felt understandably a bit nervous Sitting in the pre-op area I observed a flurry of medical staff work efficiently to prepare Gracie for what would be a -hour surgery and her nd operation that I can count When the neurosurgeon arrived I noticed a tangible enthusiasm about him Clapping his hands together he brightly looked at us while stating You ready to get this thing done For maybe the first time in my years as a caregiver I felt a calmness and sense [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
February 11, 2022
Much of the heartache I've endured as a caregiver results from my unwillingness to accept things as they are Fighting to change things I remain powerless to change has only made it harder for me and sadly others A friend once told me that acceptance doesn't mean agreement I may not like what I carry or witness but I can accept that it is what it is and be calmer while enduring it That's not defeatist just realistic My wife helped teach me this when she lost both of her legs She didn't like being a double-amputee but it became [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
February 07, 2022
Dark thoughts often grip us as caregivers when struggling with loneliness and isolation We fearfully plead for someone to tell us what to do where to go how to cope or why this is happening Our oldest son fell and lacerated his chin when just a toddler and I held him still while he received stitches I'll never forget the look of terror in his eyes and his screams as he endured what for him was horrifying He had no way to understand what was happening or how to cope Instead of explaining infections antibiotics and wound care I gently [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
February 03, 2022
When someone we love is hurting suffering or impaired we often heroically leap to action and fight the danger Although a good trait in an emergency it's unsustainable in the marathon of caregiving Unlike trauma caregiving requires a different approach In trauma the clock is the adversary but it's the calendar in caregiving Emergency circumstances require immediate action but hasty movement can engage caregivers in way too many battles on multiple fronts leaving us depleted or worse As Don Diego stated to Alejandro in The Mask of Zorro Oh yes my friend you would have fought very bravely and died [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
January 25, 2022
A Bowl of Soup and a Kind Word During a challenging hospital stay for my wife friends called and asked me to stop by their home After doing laundry I swung by their house while returning to the hospital Smiling at the puzzled look on my face they directed me to the kitchen table where a single place setting awaited Your in-laws are caring for your boys and the hospital staff is caring for Gracie Sit eat and let us care for you They promptly served me a steaming bowl of vegetable beef soup a massive slice of cornbread and [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
January 20, 2022
Healthiness In Your Hands The neediness of an infirmed loved one frequently obscures a caregiver's fatigue stress and dangerous health patterns Moreover even if noticing the caregiver's exhaustion and strain the warning signs can often go unheeded Usually armed only with love and a sense of responsibility caregivers recklessly deplete themselves physically and emotionally while caring for a vulnerable loved one Passion and commitment are admirable but how long can the patient feel better at the caregiver's expense When faced with chronic impairments love and responsibility accomplish more when directed to the caregiver's well-being first However many caregivers postpone healthy [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
January 16, 2022
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 where the thought of going into a facility seemed far in the horizon Reality sneaks up on the best of us and we find ourselves faced with uncomfortable circumstances The tether of the promise can quickly transform to 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 [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
January 05, 2022
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 of the previous week and even 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 thank the lawyers for that Isolating to avoid disease injury [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
December 21, 2021
In the middle of an interview a reporter once asked me What Would Jesus Do As A Caregiver [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
December 17, 2021
A stabbing pain beside my left little toe once prompted a visit to a podiatrist You have bunion by your left big toe He stated flatly I know about my bunion I named it 'Paul ' I replied with a laugh But it doesn't hurt The pain is on the other side of my foot You don't understand he responded The defect of the bunion causes the pain you feel Patiently explaining he added The bunion affects your walking gait and creates stress points that cause pain ' I'll bet your left knee hurts as well doesn't it Admitting it [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
December 10, 2021
My interview on Family Life Radio discussing ways to help caregivers at Christmas There's more at HopeForTheCaregiver com [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
November 20, 2021
It's often repeated We demand justice for others but mercy for ourselves Despite all our technological advances the human condition remains fraught with one-sided grievances In my journey I notice that the shortcomings of others appear in focus while I ashamedly apply a much softer filter to my own Blaming others for disappointments is easy and even justifiable Yet I learned bitterness does nothing to improve my contentment and wellbeing Although it seems counterintuitive a friend shared an effective way to live peacefully is by concentrating on cleaning my side of the street A tremendous mental shift occurred for me [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
November 13, 2021
My -year-old mother doesn't suffer from dementia but is so mean to me How do I make her happy while caring for her I've been sober for years and she makes me want to start drinking again Terri in Texas called the radio program with an all too common problem How do I make her happy Answering Terri on the air I shared that Your responsibility is not to make your mother happy but to work your sobriety program Your mother can get happy in the same shoes she gets mad in Your responsibility is to call your sponsor and [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
November 11, 2021
A recent caller to my radios program shared her journey as a caregiver Combat-related PTSD led her military son down some dark paths including drugs and alcohol and his family disintegrated This grandmother found herself with an impaired son and vulnerable grandchildren When considering the word caregiver most think of caring for the elderly Yet many kinds of caregivers exist and each of them bears their own sadness and difficulties It is often stated that soldiers leave a part of themselves on the battlefield Sometimes caregivers work to compensate for those missing pieces as they care for the seen and [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
November 06, 2021
Every caregiver recalls moments when harsh words leapt from our mouths words we desperately wish we could reclaim Emotions often churn in our hearts like a blender on puree and for caregivers the top seems to easily fly off and create a mess Whether expressing frustration or just reaching a boiling point we can quickly find ourselves spewing our words like a firehose often destructively Arguing with an impaired loved one suffering with dementia mental illness or addiction is pointless Unleashing our vexations on family friends co-workers or medical providers only heaps more guilt and sorrow on our already bruised [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
October 30, 2021
In an emotional phone call a friend shared the recent criticism while struggling to care for her husband Already reeling from significant heartache resulting from her husband's condition the scolding rocked her You should've done All too many spectators of caregivers often feel empowered to offer advice to those shouldering the challenges of caregiving Sometimes non-caregivers bypass advice and go straight to criticizing I suppose it saves time As a rule the best opinions to heed usually come from those possessing training and education relating to the impairment of your loved one Thirty-five years as a caregiver has taught me [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
October 28, 2021
Famed anthropologist Margaret Mead shared that the first sign of civilization is compassion seen in a healed femur She backed her claim by explaining the amount of time and compassion from the tribe or community required to care for that individual until able to resume normal activities ' Survival of the fittest doesn't include healed femurs Caregivers live with significant injuries as well Injuries of the soul that can cripple a person Anyone who's cared for a chronically impaired loved one cannot recover from such an experience without compassionate help from others Just as we would rush to someone with [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
October 22, 2021
Weary of condescension from a physician years ago regarding my wife's condition I leveled my gaze at him and stated With all due respect Doc I was taking care of her when you were in junior high school So how about we keep this in perspective ' We may not know the science but we know our loved one That knowledge and experience provides us with something I coined Caregiver Authority Quality practitioners recognize the benefit of enlisting our hard-won insights After dealing with physicians and countless nurses I learned years ago that training doesn't make one a better human [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
October 20, 2021
All too many caregivers feel isolated and invisible Even when seen it's difficult to know what to say to caregiver This is why I do this broadcast the podcast write books and all the other things I do for caregivers I understand the importance for caregivers to be seen and engaged - in a way that makes sense to caregivers i speak fluent caregiver and am grateful for the opportunity to speak to you through this podcast I see you Peter Rosenberger www hopeforthecaregiver com [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
October 14, 2021
As caregivers owe it to ourselves to inventory the voices with access to our hearts Although caregivers often find themselves in heartbreaking circumstances or surrounded by those with criticism or other negative attitudes we have the power to change that Recently talking with a man struggling while watching his wife slip away I said You live in an environment permeated by approaching death Balance that by immersing yourself into life Knowing he has great-granddaughters close by I suggested letting the attendants briefly look after his wife so he can spend time with those precious girls The life bubbling out of [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
October 12, 2021
Individuals and family members show great wisdom when subscribing to various products and safeguards that protect against data breaches Yet an overlooked identity theft exists for family caregivers Virtually all caregivers find themselves struggling to speak in their voice If you find this podcast meaningful please share it with others and consider helping us do more at www hopeforthecaregiver com giving [... more]
Hope for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger
October 10, 2021
I hope they couldn't see how profusely I was sweating when trying to remember the melody From our nationally syndicated broadcast If you are enjoying our broadcasts please help us do more Visit www hopeforthecaregiver com [... more]
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