Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Behind the Face of Illness





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Today’s quote originates from the Conscious Discussions Talk Radio episode that aired back on Sept 10, 2013… titled: Best of Conscious Discussions # 51 re: Stress & First Responders

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 “Making eye contact with them (paramedics) …it is the little things that mean a lot. One of the things I do is if I go into a restaurant somewhere… and there is a paramedic crew in there - I will buy them lunch – it is a gesture, something that says “hey – you guys we appreciate you”. Another pattern I see evolving in the US is that when things go bad in a situation and the worst case scenario happens people sometimes want to blame somebody because the outcome wasn’t the way they wanted it to be … but there are limits to everything in medicine and in rescue – the gesture of them going into a burning building or going up on live wires or somebody off a roof – the fact that they showed up, took some equipment and tried to save somebody’s life needs to be recognized more, and it is not in a lot of cases.” 

~ Morgan Lawrence   


 
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Best of Conscious Discussions series offers highlights from some of the best discussions we've had in the past. Today is our 53rdepisode in this series – Featuring 2 experts offering advice on caregiving. 


Our first guest: Jim Greenwood shares his experience in caring for his wife for the 13 years that she endured Alzheimer's disease. He will offer practical, useful advice on how to provide care for anyone suffering from dementia. *Jim's website is no longer available... 

Our second guest: Amy Blackburn shares her incredibly touching experiences as a caregiver for her best friend who was diagnosed with breast cancer. We will discuss the role of a caregiver, what is expected of them when dealing with a chronic and terminal disorder or disease.

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