Jane Heller PhotoNew York Times and USA Today bestselling author, Jane Heller, called the show to share her journey as a caregiver. Her new book bears the most hilarious title, and it’s one that caregivers will quickly understand.

You’d Better Not Die Or I’ll Kill You:

A Caregiver’s Survival Guide To Keeping You in Good Health and Good Spirits.

In this book, Jane brings her wonderful wit to her harsh journey as a caregiver for her husband and her mother.  With the deftness of experience, Jane wades into the journey of caregiver with great understanding and compassion. Her readers find a kindred heart who truly gets the challenges. Jane gives words to what we all feel, and provides specific help, as well as a friendly voice of experience to fellow caregivers.

“Crying is good.  Not if you’re just crying and you don’t understand why.  But, if you can attach a meaning and focus to the tears, You’ll see; you come out of this stronger. You’ll see that crying didn’t destroy you. It’s just temporary, and it’s a cathartic way of expressing emotions.

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Peter SpeakingAbout Peter Rosenberger

Peter Rosenberger, a thirty-year caregiver, is the author of Hope for the Caregiver, and 7 Caregiver Landmines and How You Can Avoid Them.  Peter serves as the president and co-founder of Standing With Hope.

The author of four books, Peter recently earned a 2nd Dan (degree) black-belt in Hapkido, and is also an accomplished pianist.  He recently release his new CD, Songs for the Caregiver.

Peter Rosenberger’s radio show for family caregivers airs each Sunday at 3PM CDT on Newsradio 1510 WLAC.  The show is also syndicated through the Truth Network.  In addition, it is streamed world-wide through Iheart Media. 


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