Parents give and children take. That’s the natural order of things. But sometimes it all gets flipped on its head when aging parents become unable to care for themselves and adult children become caregivers. In this podcast I talk with B. Lynn Goodwin, author of You Want Me To Do What? – Journaling for Caregivers (Tate Publishing 2008). Lynn takes her experience as an English teacher, writer and former caregiver and provides the safe space, the compassion, and the inspiration for caregivers to process their stress and celebrate what is right.
About B. Lynn Goodwin
B. Lynn Goodwin is a teacher, editor, freelance writer, former caregiver, and the author of “You Want Me To Do What? – Journaling for Caregivers” (Tate Publishing). She is published in Voices of Caregivers; Hip Mama; the Oakland Tribune; the Contra Costa Times; the Danville Weekly; Staying Sane When You’re Dieting; Small Press Review; Dramatics Magazine; Career, Caregiving, and Self-Care NCDA Monograph (forthcoming); 24/7—a caregiving anthology (forthcoming); and numerous e-zines. She facilitates journaling workshops for caregivers and publishes Writer Advice, www.writeradvice.com
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