Hope for the Caregiver – Chapter Nine

It’s Scary A typical feeling for one faced with caring for a person with a chronic illness is fear. The unknown and uncertainty of what you will encounter will scare you. It’s scary. If the loved one you are caring for is facing cancer, the very word cancer often has death or at least its… Continue reading Hope for the Caregiver – Chapter Nine

Hope for the Caregiver – Chapter Eight

Sometimes We Feel No One Cares When dealing with a chronic illness, there are times when we feel no one understands or cares. There is hope. We are not alone. Jesus cares. In fact, he shares sympathy with you. Jesus knows you. He shares the feelings you have. He is in tune with you. God… Continue reading Hope for the Caregiver – Chapter Eight

Hope for the Caregiver – Chapter Seven

Extending Life Tafinlar and Mekinist were Miss Benita’s chemotherapy prescription medications. The prescriptions are used for the treatment of patients with unresectable or metastatic Melanoma with BRAF V600E or V600K mutations. These were the mutations of Melanoma she had. Sadly, I know more about Melanoma than I ever wanted to know. Metastatic Melanoma with BRAF V600E or… Continue reading Hope for the Caregiver – Chapter Seven

Hope for the Caregiver – Chapter Six

It’s Scary Facing a chronic illness is a scary daily challenge for the person with the disease as well as the family and the caregiver. Through Jesus Christ, we can be strong and courageous. How can we do this? We cannot do this by ourselves in our own strength. We are only able to do… Continue reading Hope for the Caregiver – Chapter Six

Hope for the Caregiver – Chapter Five

Introductory Point Learning to care for a loved one with a chronic illness includes discovering how to laugh. Our attitude is crucial when caring for a person with a chronic disease. Our view is also contagious, infectious. The cheerfulness of mind does good like a medicine for the body. Our attitude contributes to the restoration… Continue reading Hope for the Caregiver – Chapter Five