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7 Ways To Stop Crying and Get Out of Emotional Overwhelm





You are no less of a super mom (or dad) should you find yourself feeling so pressured that you want to cry.



In a previous post I share how it’s OK to cry. Life as a caregiver can sometimes bring you to the place of emotional overwhelm and crying is an acceptable way to release some of that

emotional stress.



But what happens when…

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Added by Michelle Howard on August 5, 2010 at 4:27pm — No Comments

Stress Relief Products to Help You Unwind

No matter what your lifestyle entails, there will be times when you just can’t avoid stress. Being a caregiver of someone else makes it virtually impossible.

That’s normal. It’s those times that are out of your control that you need a little help unwinding. Stress relief products can help.…



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Added by Michelle Howard on August 1, 2010 at 5:42pm — No Comments

Caring for Someone With Special Needs?

From one Caregiver to another, I want to offer you encouragement and hope.



I'm so happy to have found this site so that I could connect with other Moms of special needs children.



I have a resource to share with you that I know you'll find helpful.



It's a Stress Relief for Caregivers blog. It was created to connect you with resources, techniques, tips and products to make your life as a caregiver… Continue

Added by Michelle Howard on July 25, 2010 at 4:30pm — 2 Comments

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