7 CAREGIVER LANDMINES and How You Can Avoid Them. Draws upon his vast experience as the self- proclaimed “Crash Test Dummy of Caregivers,” Peter identifies seven caregiver landmines that can wreak havoc in a caregiver’s life. Furthermore, these landmines can also affect the life of the caregiver’s vulnerable loved one.
This book releases in bookstores across the US in November 2018.
With tenacity, tenderness and humor Peter Rosenberger brings hope to those who find themselves in the overwhelming and sometimes lonely role of caregiver.Amy Grant
In HOPE FOR THE CAREGIVER, Peter addresses the vast population of America’s 65 million caregivers. Now in its 5th printing, this powerful book continues to inspire and equip thousands of caregivers. In addition, Hope for the Caregiver also serves as a valuable resource for physicians, pastors, counselors, and support groups. Adding to his a deep compassion for the heartache of caregiving, Peter’s outrageous humor brings the fresh air of laughter into the painful places faced by America’s exponentially growing number of caregivers.
In a world hung up on trying to make sense out of hard times, Peter drives the point home that “we don’t have to understand God understands, and that’s enough.” This is THE book for caregivers, written by one with scars and immense credibility.Jeff Foxworthy
Gracie: Standing With Hope chronicles a young woman awakening from a horrific car accident to a life filled with searing pain, enormous loss, and brutal challenges. Yet all of those things find themselves eclipsed by her indomitable spirit and desire to live a life of meaning. In addition, this book shares the story that launched Standing With Hope, the prosthetic limb outreach to Gracie’s fellow amputees. Written with her husband, Peter, this book also chronicles his journey as Gracie’s caregiver.
“Gracie, with undaunted courage, lives everyday where only our deepest fears takes us—and that is, a world of unrelenting pain. To spend time with her, though, is to feel a lot of that courage infuse into your own heart. That’s why I love this story—you can’t help but sense the divine strength which is her daily comfort and consolation. Thank you Peter and Gracie, for lifting our own burdens as you bear your hearts in this remarkable book.”Joni Eareckson Tada
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the 3 “I’s” that all caregivers face?
- Loss of Identity
- Loss of Independence
What is the “FOG of Caregivers?”
What do you NOT say to Caregivers?
“Let me know if there’s something I can do.”
Instead, offer specific help.
- I’m at the grocery story, can I bring you some milk?
- Can I pay to have your gutters cleaned?
- Can we sit with your loved one while you see your own doctor?