Hope for Living, Loving, and Caring with No Regrets! A Season of Caring Podcast is a place to find hope for your caring season. We want you to know that we see you and we know what you are doing is not only difficult, and often overwhelming but it's also important and one of the most rewarding things you can do. We feature both everyday family members who are caregiver survivors and those who are still in the middle of their caring season. We also bring you professionals who bring their experience and compassion for you and your parent to our conversations. Our goal is for you to walk away from our time together feeling encouraged and hopeful that you can spend this season living, loving, and caring with no regrets!
Grief and Growing
Rayna and Karen Weaver, how grief leads to growth in a caring season.
Creative Self-care Tips
his week, Rayna Neises, your host, interviews April McCallum, authored of several inspirational coloring books for adults, one of which is titled “Reflections of Love: Coloring Book Therapy for Grief and Loss” discuss self-care.
Celebrating the Old and Welcoming the New
Rayna Neises, ACC, host, introduces her new cohost, Karen Weave, and they reflect on 2020 and what is to come for 2021.
Encore Episode Reaching Up for Comfort
Encore Episode: #1 listened to podcast in 2020. Rayna Neises, A Season of Caring Podcast Host, interviews Karen Weaver, PCC coach, author, and caregiver. Karen will also become A Season of Caring Podcast Cohost in 2021. During their discussion, Karen...
Encore Episode~ Caregiving: The Hardest Right Thing
Rayna Neises, your host, interviews Diane Clark. She shared the following recalling her caregiving experiences with her father and father-in-law.
Encore Episode Healed Relationship
Rayna Neises, your host, interviews Kinsey Oglesby. After a five-year journey with her mother, provided her the opportunity to heal from her own childhood trauma and develop a bonded relationship with her mother.
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So helpful and so many ways
Thanks so much for this. It’s great to have a resource like this to refer others to!
What a beautiful encouragement you are.
It’s scary times. It’s hard to stay focused
on positive thoughts. Great tips to keep us grounded and away from the negative. You are a blessing to me. Thank u. Rayna,
Helpful and encouraging
I am so grateful for this wonderful podcast to encourage us as we journey into caring for our parents.