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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
How to Caregiving
This series Parent Caregivers 12 Step Program is adapting the “Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous” to caregiving. In last week’s post we discussed the difficulty of caregiving as a parent of a special needs child. It was this desperate need for support that lead me to reading Self-Care for Caregivers: A
This series Parent Caregivers 12 Step Program is adapting the “Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous” to caregiving. In last week’s post we discussed the difficulty of caregiving as a parent of a special needs child.  It was this desperate need for support that lead me to reading Self-Care for Caregivers:
12 Steps, feeling powerless, taking action, parent, families, caregivers Program
This series Parent Caregivers 12 Step Program is adapting the “Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous” to caregiving. This is the first in the series related to the 12 steps. The fact that there is a book written about a 12 Step Program for caregivers leads one to consider the difficulty