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If you haven’t, the odds are stacked that you will. Any day now. When you least expect it. That’s what happened to me—not once but twice. First with my father in law and then my own dad. After “living” in hospitals and the stressful, scary, uncertain world of caregiving for 6 years, I decided it was time to share what I learned with others.  

I chose to make Knitting With Hospital Gloves: The How-To Guide for Becoming Instant Caregivers, an e-book so it’d be readily available the minute you need it on your tablet, smart phone or even your PC . Of course, the best thing to do is be prepared for the inevitable—download and read it now—then have it to refer to later when that phone call comes.

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We are in this together! Love, Karen J Rinehart

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    • +1 votes vote up vote up

      Denise Richardson wrote Sep 20, 2011
    • Been there on several ocassions: mother, father, brother, aunt as well as worked in the field of carefgiving. One has to have a heart of compassion to do this with love and understanding in my opinion its not for everyone.

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      Butterflyrose wrote Sep 24, 2011
    • Yes, I have been a caregiver several times to family members.  I am honored and humbled by the whole experience.  God has truly been my guiding light during these times. Prayer remains a constant in my life for strength, courage, compassion and balance. Each time, I become a better and more loving person. Thank God!

      An act of kindness is a gift given

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