Being a Primary Caregiver for a life partner is a sacred task. In the final weeks, days and hours caring for a loved one-whether at home or in a hospice facility, we spend enormous sums of time and energy focusing on our loved one, sometimes at our own expense. It’s a labor of love, But it still takes a toll.
Primary caregivers face unique issues in recovering and healing. Rest, replenishment and self-care are essential as we begin the journey of recreating life without our partner at our side.
In this six-week workshop for primary caregivers, participants receive support in coping with:
- A unique mixture of emptiness and loss of purpose combined with gratitude at no longer witnessing their partners suffering.
- A sense of liberation, after devoting enormous energy caring for a partner at life’s end.
- Physical depletion and emotional exhaustion and a compromised immune system.
- Remorse or regret over not having done enough (As if being ever present at life’s end isn’t the very definition of “til death do we part!)
- Symptoms of PTSD related to witnessing a loved one’s decline, and, in many cases, their last breath.
You’ve given everything you’ve got. Now it’s time to focus on getting the support you need and deserve.
Register here for upcoming workshops.