Stress Management has been added as a topic to the forum discussion in our Wellness & Self-Care Support Group.
Countless studies have found that caregiving, even for those you love, is extremely stressful for the caregiver. What are the best ways to manage and avoid stress?
Join the discussion with our Moderator and Featured Wellness Columnist, Ruth Mansmith*, MS, RN, CRRN, RAC-C, creator of an internationally award-winning Wellness program and author of the coming, “Wellness Handbook,” any other participating experts, and other caregivers like you.
To do so, you must first join the Wellness & Self-Care Support Group.
The Wellness & Self-Care Support Group is dedicated to questions, answers, and discussion regarding proper Diet, Exercise, Stress Management, Activities to Preserve Mental Acuity, and Fulfillment of our needs for Social Connection and “Vocational/ Aspirational” meaning, to live a meaningful, healthy and well life. Discussion topics include:
- Four simple steps to avoid 80% of chronic diseases, such as heart disease, diabetes, cancer, arthritis;
- How to handle stress;
- The 6 dimensions of Wellness: Physical, Intellectual, Emotional, Social, Spiritual, and Vocational; and
- Simple steps that can help you Be Energized, Lose Weight, Improve the Quality of Your Life, and More….
TO JOIN THE DISCUSSION, YOU MUST LOG IN, OR REGISTER (IF YOU HAVE NOT ALREADY DONE SO).
Then, go to this Support Group, click on Join Group (if you have not already done so), click on the topic that interests you, or start a new topic, and join in the discussion.
We look forward to your participation in our Community.
*Ruth Mansmith, MS, RN, CRRN, RAC-C, is an Author, national speaker, and wellness coach. Formerly CEO for a national chain of health-care facilities, and author of the international award winning Fit For Life Wellness Program, she offers wellness strategies for people of all ages. She has trained thousands of participants across the country on strategies to avoid disease and enjoy the fullness of life. Currently, she is completing her latest book, the Wellness Handbook and offering private wellness consultation. Ruth can be reached at (561) 352-4456 or visit www.wellnesshandbook.com.