There are a staggering 53 million people in the U.S. who identify as family caregivers.* I’m one of them. And a lot of us feel trapped by this very narrow and strict and blame-filled definition of being a “good” caregiver that we inherited. We hear the message loud and clear that we aren't supposed to inconvenience other people by asking to have our needs met and by having the nerve to go after our own desires. It's exhausting to try to manage that kind of a rigged system.
Inside, you'll find the audio version of the book, and an audio course to help you even more.