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Sharing about Caring

Episode 3: Already Toast: Caregiving and Burnout in America

Season 1, Ep. 3
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To contribute to an upcoming episode or to share feedback, please email me, Carlos Briceño, at am grateful for the following: In this episode, Kate Washington, a journalist, reads two excerpts from her book, Already Toast: Caregiving and Burnout in America. We also hear from Patricia Hoolihan, who reads excerpts from her book called Hands and Heart Together: Daily Meditations for Caregivers. You can learn more about her here: also hear from Debra Kelsey-Davis and Kelly Johnson, the authors of The Caregiver’s Companion: A Christ-Centered Journal to Nourish Your Soul, as they read an excerpt from the book. Here is more about their organization: Rotberg reads a letter he wrote to his mom, who battled Huntington's disease for 17 years. You can learn more about him here: and the organization he co-founded: can read about Lousin Mehrabi's journey in facing her son's battle with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy here: She reads a poem in the episode to share how she is dealing with her son's battle.
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