Social Worker, Grief Expert, Author
Coping Strategist™ for:
Family Caregivers, Involving Dementia or Other Ongoing Serious Illnesses.
Anyone Needing to Heal and Strengthen from Adverse Circumstances Involving Situational Loss such as Health Decline, Job Loss, Past Wounds, Death.
"Wherever There is Adversity,
There is Situational Loss"
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Are you having difficulty coping?
Could you use support and empowering coping tools?
The vision is for you to have the external & internal resources to live the highest quality of life you can.
Keeping It Together
More than an easy read, it is a guide and companion to help strengthen
inner emotional resiliency!
Read this cocoon-in-the-form-of-a-book at your own pace,
- equivalent to at least 4 individual coaching sessions!
- hands on with 12 K.I.T. Practice Exercises!
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“Silverberg's Keeping It Together focuses on your welfare as the care provider for a chronically ill family member. A must-read if you do not want to lose yourself in the caregiving world or if you are losing yourself and need to find your way to move forward with more resilience to 'keep it together'. Silverberg combines compassion and innovation in providing tools to tackle common but often unspoken challenges that family caregivers face and in providing an opportunity to come out the other end more personally enriched.”
--- Mary Bart
Founder and Chair, Caregiving Matters
Take a Look Inside
Keeping It Together was written specifically for individuals caring for aging parents, ailing and chronically ill family members, introducing you to a new language and new perspective for coping NOT with the "symptoms" but rather the reactions to circumstances of adversity and situational loss that family caregivers face.
Situational Loss is the loss of a person, thing or quality resulting from alteration of a life situation involving changes related to illness, body image, environment and death.
Mosby's Medical Dictionary, 8th Ed. (2009)
Acknowledge, Assess, Assist are the action words of Silverberg's 3-A coping framework highlighted throughout the book used to help you navigate, self-monitor with self-awareness for self-care to address the adversity and situational losses involved with caregiving.
Burnout Prevention at its Best!
“Keeping It Together” is helping me to ‘keep it together’! As full time, caregiver for my husband who is living with dementia, I find Eleanor Silverberg’s practical wisdom and encouragement in the pages of her book a desired and welcome support. The incorporation of the “voices” of actual caregivers throughout the book provided a point of connection and companionship for me. The “KIT” exercises are a gentle invitation to claim the book’s content in light of my own challenging journey.
--- Joan, a devoted caregiver for her spouse
"Keeping It Together: How to Cope as a Family Caregiver Without Losing Your Sanity" is a source of hope. Eleanor Silverberg's three-step program, acknowledge, assess, assist, is insightful and workable. The caregiver role is one that contains grief, according to Silverberg, and she makes this point clearly. She urges beginning and experienced caregivers like me to practice self-care. Her book is well organized, easy to read, contains helpful exercises, and a topical reference list. Keeping It Together is a family caregiver's lifeline--strength for the present, hope for the future."
--- Harriet Hodgson's Amazon.com Review
Caregiver and Author of The Grandma Force
A Must-Read to Feel and Care at Your Best!
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