Betsy Wurzel with Chatting with Betsy provides information to help New and Seasoned Caregivers with their daily journey for a loved one with Alzheimer's
How to help provide support for all caregivers
Help with improving your eating habits
Betsy's guest is Marcela Tobal Benson a Mystic Poet, Spiritual Nutrition Counselor, Vegan Food Alchemist, and Author of" Love, Peace & Vegetables " Recipes for Conscious Living. In this interview, Marcela discusses the many reasons she wrote the book, and how it was a culmination of a lifetime of learning and teaching that she wanted to share with her family and others! One example was how important it is to drink water and how dehydration can affect us and you will hear more on this subject. What is Structure Water?
Marcela and Betsy spoke about what a Vegan Alchemist is and the philosophy of a Holistic Lifestyle. The discussion lead to how important it is to take care of ourselves by eating healthy nutritious foods. You can find more information on Marcels's website.
Navigating the Hospice Process
Mitch Ware discusses how he became involved with Hospice Volunteering after his beloved son, Matt died from brain cancer and his desire to help others and give comfort to those in Hospice. Mitch discusses what to look for in a Hospice, and discusses the myths of Hospice and how a caregiver needs help and support navigating the Hospice process!
She Does Help Someone to be Organized
ulie Stobbe is a Life Style Organizer Coach and Julie began Mind over Clutter in 2006 and also works presently with people virtually.
Julie also has an online course available, Create an Organized Home for more information. check out her website. Also, in this interview, Julie discusses how to organize your closets, linen closets, and pantry closets. She provides tips on how to get organized and Julie discusses what she does to help someone to be organized. Julie suggests donating clothing and kitchen supplies to Salvation Army or Goodwill.
Julie Stobbe a Trained Professional Organizer and Gold Leaf Member of Professional Organizers in Canada.
True Success and Lasting Happiness
Today's guest is Andrew Calderella, Author of the book, "The Way", 7 Revolutionary Steps to Living a Meaningful Life and Making a Real Difference in the World available on Amazon. com and Andrew's website.
Andrew was previously interviewed by Betsy and discusses in this interview, what he has been doing since his last interview in July 2021.
Andrew discusses his background, and, what "The Way" is all about, and the 7 Way website. In this discussion, Andrew also talks about the need for us to love, respect each other and our differences, and he is helping people to be a better version of themselves. Plus he talks about the 3 principles from his book to help others.
Andrew Calderella is the Founder and CEO of the 7th Foundation, Inspirational Speaker, Trainer and Coach, Serial Entrepreneur, and Philosopher.
Today's guest is Patti Henry, M.ED, L.P.C. a Psychotherapist and an Author. Patti Henry discusses her book, The Emotionally Unavailable Man: A Blueprint For Healing for why men and women are emotionally unavailable. They discuss what couples can do to be emotionally available for each other and what not to do! Pattie also discusses how important it is to let boys be able to express their emotions!
Patti Henry does counseling via Zoom! This book is for men and women.
This is Patti Henry's second visit to Chatting with Betsy.
How the Lost Cafe was taken back
Meriel Schindler discusses with Betsy Wurzel what inspired her to write this book about her family from pre-WW 1 to the present day and discusses Cafe’ Schindler which the Nazis took over and how her family was able to take it back. This book is so rich in history and is a must-read book! They both also discuss Anti -Semitism in Europe at that time. We must never forget the Holocaust!
Talk about Passion!
Betsy really does caregivers a service. Her experience as a caregiver for her husband has fueled her fire in helping other caregivers.
Listen and learn.