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Parent Caregivers – 12 Steps, Step 8: Breaking Free. Support Families, Parents
Parent Caregivers – 12 Step Program Step 8: Breaking Free This series Parent Caregivers 12 Step Program is adapting the “Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous” to caregiving from the book Self-Care for Caregivers: A Twelve Step Approach. In last week’s post we discussed humility. This week we hone in on
Parent Caregivers – 12 Steps, Step 7: Humility. Support, Families, Parents
Parent Caregivers – 12 Step Program Step 7: Humility This series Parent Caregivers 12 Step Program is adapting the “Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous” to caregiving from the book Self-Care for Caregivers: A Twelve Step Approach. In last week’s post we discussed being ready for God to take over our
Parent Caregivers – 12 Steps, Step 6: Allowing God to Fix our Flaws. Support Families, Parents
Parent Caregivers – 12 Step Program Step 6: Allowing God to Fix our Flaws This series Parent Caregivers 12 Step Program is adapting the “Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous” to caregiving from the book Self-Care for Caregivers: A Twelve Step Approach. In last week’s post we discussed admitting we were
Parent Caregivers – 12 Steps, Step 5: Admitting Wrongs Forgiving Ourselves. Support Families, Parents
Parent Caregivers – 12 Step ProgramStep 5: Admitting our Wrongs & Forgiving Ourselves Today in the Parent Caregivers, 12 Step Program Step 5 is admitting our wrongs & forgiving ourselves.In the first few steps, we discussed many things including: Power greater than ourselves, making a decision to turn our will
Making a Moral Inventory, 12 Step Program, Support Families, Parents, Caregiving
Parent Caregivers – 12 Step ProgramStep 4 Making a Moral Inventory of Ourselves We are now at Parent Caregivers, 12 Step Program Step 4 making a moral inventory of ourselves. As we continue our Parent Caregivers series: 12 Step Program, we will talk about making a moral inventory of ourselves.In