NAMI Blog: Why You Struggle With Self-Care (Caregivers)

By Britt Mahrer You may see self-care as a luxurious act of pampering yourself. You may have thought to yourself, I should enact this ritual of

Research: Waving a Magic Wand

Jenna Pepper Kelly D Harding Celisse Bibr Shelley L Watson   Abstract Background and Objective: The purpose of this paper is to examine the experience of

CanFASD: International Self-care Day: An ‘Accommodated’ Self Care List for the Exhausted Parent

Hi there fellow caregivers, my name is Jennifer. I have a daughter with FASD and I’ve fostered other children who also live with FASD in

Caring for YOU, the Caregiver

Taking care of someone with a mental illness can be rewarding and challenging. It is important to take care of yourself FIRST so you can

Begging for Support — FASD: Learning with Hope

We shouldn’t have to beg for services for our teen with FASD. But we will. Oh, heck yeah, we will continue to fight for the

Our daughter lived with FASD for 45 years. This is her legacy.

By LARRY ROREM Laura Rorem For the Juneau Emprie Each of our children and grandchildren are a special gift. We love them for who they

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