Kind Words for Caring People: Daily Affirmations for Caregivers
When you care for others who may not be able to appreciate you, it helps to start the day with a kind thought and a cheery word for yourself. Whether you are caring for aging, disabled family members or are a professional caregiver, Sefra Pitzele understands, and imparts just the right message of hope.
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