Exploring the Caregiver Journey Through Words & Stories
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This Spring, Express Your Caregiver Journey Through Powerful Words & Stories
It’s been well-established that writing and honest sharing are deeply healing practices that relieve anxiety, increase resilience and promote self-compassion. Sharing caregiving stories with those facing similar challenges diminishes isolation by providing a life-giving community of support.
During this interactive virtual workshop, best-selling author and Alzheimer’s daughter Laura Davis will guide you on how to express the joys, complexities, and challenges of being a caregiver to a loved one with memory loss. The workshop will delve into how writing can help us access stories we might not be able to access any other way. Uncover how storytelling can evoke emotion, clarity, and insight, helping you to process the complex emotions of your caregiver journey.
This workshop is ideal for caregivers who:
- would benefit from a time-out and a safe, confidential place to express what’s in their heart and on their mind
- may feel isolated, stressed or are grieving
- live in the sandwich generation, caught between aging parents and kids at home
- struggle with complex family dynamics with siblings or other family members
A complimentary copy of Laura’s award-winning 2021 caregiving memoir will be included.
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Laura Davis is the author of six non-fiction books, including The Burning Light of Two Stars: A Mother-Daughter Story and The Courage to Heal. Laura’s ground-breaking books have been translated into 11 languages and sold more than 1.8 million copies.
Her first memoir: The Burning Light of Two Stars: A Mother-Daughter Story, tells the story of the dramatic and tumultuous relationship with her mother from the time of her birth until her death; and gives a no-holds-barred peek at the stresses of caregiving and Laura’s journey to love her mother “without reservation.”