Managing Expectations as a Family Caregiver – by, Becky Henry, CPCC

Managing Expectations as a Family Caregiver – by, Becky Henry, CPCC

In planning for this big two year travel adventure (aka: being nomads) I had the expectation of myself that my weekly newsletter would get written last week in the midst of packing and getting on the road…well that didn’t happen. We all hold expectations for so...
Prioritizing Priorities; 3 Life Rings for Caregivers – by, Becky Henry, CPCC

Prioritizing Priorities; 3 Life Rings for Caregivers – by, Becky Henry, CPCC

Some weeks the topic for this newsletter just shows up and other weeks my brain is scrambled eggs and nothing is bubbling to the top… I had a great night’s sleep (9 amazing hours!) and have been practicing massive self care and trying to balance; work, joyful...
Coming Home from Treatment; Tips for Parents – by, Becky Henry, CPCC

Coming Home from Treatment; Tips for Parents – by, Becky Henry, CPCC

One of the biggest fears parents have during a child’s eating disorder treatment is when their child is coming home from treatment for the first and hopefully last time. Tips for Parents When You’re Terrified about Your Child Coming Home from Treatment  Support...
Parental Guide to ED, by Summer Intern Anna

Parental Guide to ED, by Summer Intern Anna

Navigating an eating disorder through the role of a caregiver can be quite difficult. You may feel as though you don’t know what to say to your child or that you tend to get into arguments when you bring up certain topics. This blog post will be about things my...
Cup Half Empty or Half Full? by, Becky Henry, CPCC

Cup Half Empty or Half Full? by, Becky Henry, CPCC

Looking on the sunny side of life and seeing my cup as half-full has fortunately mostly been in my nature. But when I’m stretched to my limits in too many areas, even the smallest things can feel overwhelming. You know, the proverbial straw that breaks the camel’s...
Parallel Process & Believing in our Adult Child’s Capacity – by, Becky Henry, CPCC

Parallel Process & Believing in our Adult Child’s Capacity – by, Becky Henry, CPCC

A family caregiver’s role is important no matter the age of the child. We don’t stop loving or caring about our child just because they hit the magical age of 18. See my photo here of Dr. Adele LaFrance’s slide on the research on involving caregivers in...