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[Ep #15] How to Love Unconditionally while Care For a Loved One With an Aging Disease

Topic: How to Love Unconditionally while Care For a Loved One With an Aging Disease

My guest today has four golden rules that she lives by: Love, Respect, Patience and Forgiveness.

And, while she has been able to strengthen each of these in her life, it was her most recent of life experiences and through God’s grace that has truly given her the virtue of patience.

Joining me on today’s show is Charlotte Canion.

Today, Charlotte will share her story with the intention of inspiring hope in others, who are themselves going through the journey that Charlotte has experienced.

She is the matriarch of four generations.

Her ultimate goal is to share my experiences with the world, with the hope that she may ease the pain that many will endure, tempering the most difficult time with laughter.

She has written a book: “You Have To LAUGH To Keep From CRYING / How To Parent Your Parents”.

Her book was inspired as she was the caregiver for her live-in father-in-law who developed dementia, her mother who was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease and her dad who had Parkinson’s – all at the same time.

Two years ago Charlotte’s mother passed away and God told her to write a book.  So here she is giving hope with the grace of God to adult children who will be caring for a loved one with an aging disease.

On today’s show Charlotte is going to share:

  • How becoming the caregiver for three parents has given her the virtue of Patience;
  • How she has learned to LOVE unconditionally;
  • How memories are her Treasures.

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About Charlotte Canion: 

I am the matriarch of four generations. My ultimate goal is to share my experiences with the world, with the hope that I may ease the pain that many will endure, tempering the most difficult time with laughter.  I have written a book: “You Have To LAUGH To Keep From CRYING / How To Parent Your Parents”.  My book was inspired as I was the caregiver for my live-in father-in-law developed dementia, my mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease and my dad had Parkinson’s – all at the same time.  Two years ago my mother passed away and God told me to write a book.  So here I’m giving hope with the grace of God to adult children who will be caring for a loved one with an aging disease.

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