From One Caregiver to Another - Overcoming Your Emotional Grind, by J. Kay Coughlin

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There are a staggering 53 million people in the U.S. who identify as family caregivers. It's easy to feel trapped by the very narrow, strict, blame-filled definition of being a “good” caregiver. If you're exhausted by it, this is for you.

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.


Learn how to begin to feel better as a caregiver
Discover how to stop judging yourself for your thoughts, emotions and beliefs
Learn how to live a more fulfilling life without changing your circumstances
Give yourself a break from trying so hard to fit into the "shoulds" and "shouldn'ts" that are squashing you
Believe in being kind and gentle to yourself, and live with unconditional love and compassion
Begin to find yourself again, even if you've gotten lost in the responsibilities of caregiving


J. Kay Coughlin
J. Kay Coughlin, coach for family caregivers and CEO of Facilitator On Fire, has a dream to create a world that is generously inclusive of all adult generations - and that welcomes the desires and needs of the family caregivers.

Kay’s passion for creating intergenerational harmony extends far beyond the office. She lives next door to her
mother and is the manager of a “Feed the Hungry” garden at her church, which was a project she founded to bring people of all ages together to grow food, community and spirit. Kay honed her skills as a facilitator of intergenerational communication by producing major events and in the high-pressure world of major gift fundraising. She was nationally recognized for her innovative work in the field of donor relations, which is the
non-profit equivalent of customer service.

To stay in touch with Kay, visit or Instagram (@FacilitatorOnFire).


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