Speaking with educators has made me realize just how much nursing and teaching have in common. 🚌🏥Nurses work in hospitals and teachers work in schools, but at the end of the day, we’re all taking care of people, whether it’s our kids or our patients. And we all put our hearts and souls into what we do. I never knew God would lead me in this direction, but I’m so glad He is. If you know of any teachers or schools who could use a little dose of inspiration, you can always send them my way.💛😘🌟Big Thank you to: Ronnica Toscano, principal of Rayburn_HISD for this speaking opportunity.Alejandro Maya and Sprocket Media Hub for recording and my niece, Allison Pope for editing this clip!! ... See MoreSee Less
Even after our loved ones pass away, we can still experience that love that we have for them through heavenly signs.But we have to make that deal with the other person. 🤝What will their sign be? How will you know they're sending that heavenly hello? 😇If you have someone in your life who you want to share that bond with, it's never too soon to make that deal. And if your loved one has already gone to Heaven, it's not too late 🕊 ... See MoreSee Less
As a caregiver for my parents, I have a lot of beautiful memories of our times together.But I also have a lot of painful ones. Even now, more than ten years after my they have passed, I still get flashbacks of the memories that are hard to revisit. This strategy has helped me to replace some of those difficult memories with more positive ones.I hope this helps you through your grief journey.💛 ... See MoreSee Less
Caregiver Burnout is real
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