Overcoming Respite Care Guilt A Guest Post by Christian Worstell

Follow these 7 tips if you’re a caretaker suffering from respite care guilt. If you have children of your own, you may remember the first time you left them in the care of another. Or their first day of school. Or the day they left home for good. As difficult as it was, you knew […]

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Making 2019 The Year of Civility in Healthcare: Understanding the Issue of Disruptive Behavior in the Workplace by Phyllis

  I find it frustrating to acknowledge that despite all the work of recent years to implement initiatives aimed at creating healthy and safe workplace environments, that lateral and horizontal hostility still remains within the nursing profession. I think we all hoped that when the idea of Zero Tolerance bloomed into an actual human resource […]

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Re-Connecting with Your Self-Worth: Step 2 in Building a Self-Care Mindset for Professional and Family Caregivers A Guest Post by Amanda Ghosh

Welcome back! If you’re following along in my installment series here at the amazing Phyllis Quinlan blog than you’ve completed Step One and you’re ready for Step Two in the “How to Build the Self-Care Mindset” Journey! If you missed the first post on Step One, you can read it here. Remember, we’re working on building […]

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Hospice: The Gentle Goodbye by Phyllis

Just after dawn on December 11, 2007, my mother went to God. There was a beautiful peacefulness that fell over that bright, winter morning that seemed perfect. Mom had battled several chronic, debilitating diseases that slowly robbed her of her energy and physical function. Her mind was always clear and her determination to live to […]

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