How Well Do You Handle Conflict?

How Well Do You Handle Conflict?

It’s a fact of life in our world today: Conflict, like taxes, is inevitable. This isn’t all bad. Naturally people are going to have differing points of view. Sometimes conflict and the resolution that comes from it, can result in a closer bond between two people or...
Communication Assistance and Building a Care Team

Communication Assistance and Building a Care Team

Hope for living, loving, and caring with no regrets! Episode 110 Rayna Neises, ACC, host, reflects on the topics covered during last week’s interview (109) with Erin Galyean. Rayna shares some additional thoughts based on Erin’s role as the VP of Communications during...
End-of-Life Preparations

End-of-Life Preparations

Hope for living, loving, and caring with no regrets! Episode 73 Rayna Neises, ACC, host, and Karen Weaver, PCC, co-host, reflect on last week’s interview with Maureen Kures.  Maureen shared her experiences helping others prepare for the end of the journey.  Additional...
Keys to Communicating and Avoiding Conflict while Caring

Keys to Communicating and Avoiding Conflict while Caring

Hope for living, loving and caring with no regrets! Episode 35 Last week’s guest, Carolyn Miller Parr, shared from her book, Love’s Way, her experience related to families who did not have the tough conversations.  Now, Rayna Neises, ACC, host, and Aly Neises, RN,...
The Impact of Boundaries and Communication on Caregiving

The Impact of Boundaries and Communication on Caregiving

Hope for living, loving and caring with no regrets! Episode 17   Rayna Neises, ACC, host, and Aly Neises, RN, is exploring more about child caregivers and boundaries in caregiving in response to my interview with Deborah Harlow. There are 1.3 to 1.4 MILLION child...
Rayna Neises: A Season of Caring

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