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Caregiving Mother of 37 Years Shares Her Journey

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Bette Bush of Memphis shares her astonishing (and ongoing) 37-year journey as a caregiver for her son who has Cerebral Palsy. 

The Peter Rosenberger Show is sponsored by Standing With Hope, Inc.  a 501 (c) 3 organization.  
In 2012, Standing With Hope launched an outreach to caregivers of disabled, elderly, or chronically-ill loved ones.  This program is also deeply personal to Gracie and Peter Rosenberger.  Peter, who has served as the caregiver for Gracie for 30 years, draws upon his lifetime of experience to offer a lifeline to those struggling to care for vulnerable loved one.
Your tax deductible gift can help support this work today and help reach caregivers with practical help and point them to Christ.

The new book by Peter Rosenberger HOPE FOR THE CAREGIVER

 

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David Fox Interview

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David Fox joined us 7/19/15 & discussed his candidacy for Nashville’s mayor. Relating how caregiving touched his own family, David also shared his vision for Nashville.

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ABOUT THE SHOW

The experience and wisdom Peter Rosenberger has gleaned as a caregiver for three decades gives him an astonishing understanding of health care issues facing millions of people. But more than that, Peter has unmatched empathy for the deep heartache faced by his fellow caregivers …that causes even the strongest to falter.

He has spoken/performed at hundreds of events including disability conferences, churches, conventions, association meetings, service organizations.

Catering his message to each audience he works with, Peter offer benefits to two groups of people: caregivers and other people who are in position to help a caregiver.

In addition to speaking to counselors, physicians, pastorssocial workersfinancial planners, and many other groups, Peter also brings a strong understanding of the need of today’s employers as they come to grips with a vast population of working caregivers. Weaving insights gathered from a lifetime of caregiving, Peter extends a lifeline of practical help to not only those caring for vulnerable loved ones, but also to the ones who seek to connect their products, services, and/or support to caregivers. 

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Get the book today for a caregiver you know:  HOPE FOR THE CAREGIVER

For more information, visit standingwithhope.com 

“Don’t Give Up On Your Hobbies!”

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Only 25 when she married Mark, Tami's dreams and plans experienced an abrupt change when they discovered shortly after their marriage that Mark had Leukemia.  That disease, along with an assortment of other challenges, has continued for 25 years.

In addition to sharing how her faith has sustained her, how to be assertive and vocal, Tami also impressed upon fellow caregivers to maintain their own identities and "don't give up your hobbies."

Listen to her inspirational interview from June 6, 2015

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ABOUT THE SHOW

The experience and wisdom Peter Rosenberger has gleaned as a caregiver for three decades gives him an astonishing understanding of health care issues facing millions of people. But more than that, Peter has unmatched empathy for the deep heartache faced by his fellow caregivers …that causes even the strongest to falter.

He has spoken/performed at hundreds of events including disability conferences, churches, conventions, association meetings, service organizations.

Catering his message to each audience he works with, Peter offer benefits to two groups of people: caregivers and other people who are in position to help a caregiver.

In addition to speaking to counselors, physicians, pastorssocial workersfinancial planners, and many other groups, Peter also brings a strong understanding of the need of today’s employers as they come to grips with a vast population of working caregivers. Weaving insights gathered from a lifetime of caregiving, Peter extends a lifeline of practical help to not only those caring for vulnerable loved ones, but also to the ones who seek to connect their products, services, and/or support to caregivers. 

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Get the book today for a caregiver you know:  HOPE FOR THE CAREGIVER

For more information, visit standingwithhope.com 

Guilt Over Mom With ALZ

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 1st time listener recently called in to share her struggles with guilt regarding caring for her mother suffering from Alzheimer's.  
Guilt is one of the most difficult things that trouble caregivers.  We're putting ourselves between a loved one and disaster, and yet we often feel we don't do enough.  How much is enough?  How much time are we required to give?  How much money? How much work?
When others ask about our loved one, we often feel guilty in even discussing the issue.
We put unreasonable expectations upon ourselves when caring for a suffering loved one.  My prayer and hope for myself and fellow caregivers is that we NOT one day stand over a grave and slap ourselves around by saying, "We should have ..."
We do the best we can.  When we make mistakes, we ask for the courage to make amends.  Let's leave the past where it is, do our best today, and trust God for tomorrow. 

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Caregivers will find comfort, encouragement, and a kindred spirit in Peter Rosenberger’s grace filled, yet practical guide for those who care for vulnerable loved ones.

It is a special fraternity that only those who are in it …can understand the heartache, challenges, weariness, and loneliness.  Into those troubled waters, Peter Rosenberger wades in on offers his three decades of experience as a lifeline to fellow caregivers.

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Caller Taking Care of Mother With Parkinson’s

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Taking care of her mother with Parkinson's disease, this caller is a bit overwhelmed ...and not getting ANY help from her family.   With a couple of easy tips, she has the opportunity to make her life a bit easier and develop a plan towards a more sustainable path.