Many women who take care of others, whether they are a spouse, a daughter or a friend, feel exhausted, stressed and stretched beyond their means. Is that you?
If you feel concerned about losing your life, your dreams and your health because of all that you have to give, You’re not alone. "Statistics Canada shows that 8.1 million Canadians are caregivers, and of those, 6.1 million are in the work force. Most of the caregivers are aged 45 to 64, a group that also comprises the most experienced workers, says Allison Williams, a professor at McMaster University in Hamilton and research chair for the Canadian Institute of Health Research.".
Don't give-up, there are options for you to consider after the worst has happend.
My name is Colette Asselin, I’m a nurse and certified caregiver health and wellness coach. I work with women, who take care of sick or elderly family members or friends, who feel like there is no end in sight, no relief and no time for themselves; if that is you, we will explore tips and strategies to help you manage your life, workload and energy levels so you can feel rested and healthy enough to be there for others, without leaving yourself behind.
If you are struggling and looking for answers to recover from isolation, resentment and frustration, self care and self love is your medecine.
"Self care is not selfish but self preserving".
We offer the following services to help bring order into chaos, prevent burnout and help you feel in control and on top of everything.
If you want to thrive and grow in your caregiving role and want to learn how, book a FREE consultation with me and let's talk.