A Minute for Caregivers: When Everyday Feels Like Monday by Peter Rosenberger
Peter's mission is to serve and support caregivers, and ONLY caregivers. Many caregivers don't have the time to read a novel or a self-help book. Often, we barely have time to eat breakfast and take a shower! Peter understands this, and it is why he wrote this book. Each chapter can be read in under a minute, which means you don't need to try and find time in your day to receive encouraging words and support from this full-time caregiver of over 37 years.
Publisher: Fidelis Publishing
Hardcover; 240 pages
Family caregivers struggle with keeping their heads above water while caring for an impaired loved one. Most caregivers feel their well-being is sacrificed for the well-being of their loved ones. Hanging on until their loved one passes away is simply not acceptable for a caregiver to live a healthy life. Caregivers can live a life of meaning—and not just simply survive. A Minute for Caregivers offers families with special needs children, aging parents, wounded warriors, trauma victims, mental illness, addiction, and any other chronic impairment will receive “just in time” practical, emotional, and spiritual help in dealing with the (often) traumatic challenges of caring for an impaired loved one.
About the Author
For more than thirty-six years, Peter Rosenberger has served as a caregiver for his wife Gracie through a medical nightmare that includes 80+ operations, the amputation of both legs, treatment by 100 plus doctors in twelve hospitals. He is host of Hope for the Caregiver which airs weekly on American Family Radio.