A Self-Help Workbook for Caregivers
Nonfiction / Self-Help
Date Published: 12/1/21
Rediscover your inner strength and embrace your role as a caregiver with this heartfelt self-help workbook.
Artfully blending inspiring quotes, personal reflections, and touching prose, this deeply authentic self-help guide for caregivers seeks to provide readers with an honest and open place to navigate the complex and sometimes overwhelming emotions that come with caring for a loved one or client.
Designed with handy prompts for self-reflection as you embark on your journey to wellbeing, At the Heart of The Matter encourages caregivers to be open about their feelings and find their inner faith in the face of grief, hardship, burnout, and pain.
Standing as a testament to the power of resilience, this profound guide will speak to your soul, sharing the strength of faith and providing you with an enduring source of light in your darkest times. With a mix of meaningful advice and Dr. Eboni Ivory Green’s personal experiences, At the Heart of The Matter will help caregivers tap into their natural resilience and find new ways to serve the needs of their loved one or client.
In a time where so many caregivers find themselves neglecting their personal wellbeing to focus on the demands of caring for a loved one or client, it’s never been more important to learn to take a step back and focus inwards. With suggestions for self-improvement, heartfelt advice to help you change your mindset, and enlightening insights about faith and belief, this book is an ideal companion for any caregiver who is struggling to maintain their passion and deal with the raw emotions of caregiving.
About the Author
Dr. Eboni Ivory Green is an author, speaker, educator, and experienced caregiver with a passion for helping caregiver manage stress, prevent burnout, deal with family conflicts, and safeguard their wellbeing. Armed with an extensive skillset focused on training, assessing, and supporting front-line direct caregivers, Dr. Green provides the tools and resources that her readers need to navigate the demands of their jobs and the complex emotions that come from their line of work. Dr. Green is the cofounder of Caregiver Support Services with her husband, where they help train caregivers and support their mental health. For more information visit: www.caregiversupportservices.com