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Progress Not Perfection

Hope for the Caregiver / Peter Rosenberger
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April 9, 2021 9:25 am

Progress Not Perfection

Hope for the Caregiver / Peter Rosenberger

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April 9, 2021 9:25 am

As caregivers, we often treat ourselves mercilessly when we make mistakes. One of the goals of our show, HOPE FOR THE CAREGIVER, is to equip caregivers to "get back up on the horse." 

We're going to fall. We're going to fail. We're going to get it wrong. And, we'll get criticism from family, friends, the loved one we care for, and ourselves. 

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Healthy Caregivers Make Better Caregivers! 

 

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Perfection is the enemy of the good. I've heard that said in business.

Many times because we wait to we get something absolutely perfect. Before we do.

Well guess what stuff will be perfect to make progress is not always be perfect when we wanted perfection is God's business progress is our business. That's what were going to do and were going to just take it one step at a time and do the best we can with the information we have today 10 year smell. We may learn some more stuff. We may be better at it right now. This is all we have and we can operate on this and were to make progress in this thing and don't put this unreasonable demand and an expectation on yourself. Being perfect, she stuck what happened and it's okay. It doesn't need to happen. It's not a perfect world and you're going to get it wrong and somebody may criticize you were to tell you how to deal with the criticism really tell you how to deal with when you make mistakes. It's okay. Progress not perfection