The simple act of caring is heroic.
– Edward Albert
Caring is heroic.
And it can be exhausting, frustrating, and lonely.
Whether you are providing care at home or in the workplace, compassion fatigue and burnout are real.
I know. I’ve been there.
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I recently took your class at the hospital and know your techniques work from personal experience.
I was at a loss a few weeks ago when my 9 yo daughter had a panic attack late at night.
I had “nothing” until I remembered the hand/finger holding and breathing exercises you taught. Amazing!
My friend Lucy is 93 years old. She was distressed by discomfort, and I was distressed because there was nothing I could do to help her except listen.
I used what Catherine showed me.
I am so happy that there is something I can do that gives Lucy an hour of deep relaxation, and maybe is helping her chronic pain.
Working on a busy medicine unit, taking a moment for oneself can be difficult, sometimes nonexistent.
Catherine provided me with tools on how I could provide physical and mental care for myself during moments of stress.
I continue to use these techniques for not only myself but my patients as well.
S. Roberge, BSN, RN-BC