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Generation Bold Radio, August 4, 2019--Guest: Elizabeth Shulman, Alzheimers

Generation Bold Radio

Elizabeth Shulman is a writer for Guideposts Magazine’s “Strength and Grace” devotionals for caregivers and author of “Sanctuary in the Midst of Alzheimer’s: A Ministry for Husbands and Wives Caring for a Spouse with Dementia.  --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

39mins

5 Aug 2019

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Generation Bold Radio, August 4, 2019--Guest: Elizabeth Shulman, Alzheimers

Generation Bold

Elizabeth Shulman is a writer for Guideposts Magazine’s “Strength and Grace” devotionals for caregivers and author of “Sanctuary in the Midst of Alzheimer’s: A Ministry for Husbands and Wives Caring for a Spouse with Dementia.  --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

39mins

5 Aug 2019

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Caregivers Stories: Dr. Elizabeth Shulman shares why she wrote “Sanctuary in the Midst of Alzheimer's: A Ministry for Husbands & Wives Caring for a Spouse with Dementia"

Kimberly D. Scott (That Kimberly)

This episode of Caregivers Stories, Dr. Elizabeth Shulman, the author of “Sanctuary in the Midst of Alzheimer's: A Ministry for Husbands and Wives Caring for a Spouse with Dementia”. They talked about their loved ones who were diagnosed with dementia and how it changed their perspective about caregiving.  Self-love and self-care are one of the main things that caregivers give the least priority. The wives, husbands, and children who become the primary caregiver become trapped into guilt, thinking that they do not deserve to get their “me time." When Elizabeth’s husband was diagnosed with late on-set paranoid schizophrenia and obsessive-compulsive disorder, the increasing responsibility of caring for an ill husband changed the roles in their marriage. And just like most of the caregivers, she temporarily lost her own sense of self to caregiving. It was not until she began her chaplain residency in a Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) program that she placed value to her own identity as a spousal caregiver. Eventually, with the help of her supervisor, she shared her story. She was also able to listen to hundreds of husbands, wives, children and significant others tell their stories of caregiving for a loved one with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia. Their stories and her experience, coupled with research from literature and scripture that speaks to the challenges of caregiving became the backbone of her book. Learn more: https://elizabethshulman.com/ Connect with Elizabeth:  Linkedin:https://www.linkedin.com/in/elizabeth-shulman-d-min-stna-317b195a/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/Sanctuary-in-the-Midst-of-Alzheimers-565882430566594/ Website: https://sanctuaryinthemidst.com Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/ Connect with Kimberly: FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrDMJCNq8kxGGgqsO8avwQ--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thatkimberly/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thatkimberly/support

19mins

24 Jun 2019

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Generation Bold Radio--August 4, 2019, Guest: Dr. Elizabeth Shulman, Alzheimers'

Generation Bold Radio

Elizabeth Shulman, in her own words: I've been in ministry for 27 years, first as a pastor then as a healthcare chaplain. My doctoral research was on the experience of marriage for spouses of dementia patients, and out of that research came Sanctuary in the Midst of Alzheimer's.  I currently train churches to become a resource in their community for dementia caregivers. My favorite thing is to help dementia caregivers find meaning and a sense of peace in their experience; believe me, it can be found! I am a graduate of United Theological Seminary (D.Min.), The Methodist Theological School in Ohio (M.Div.) and Ohio Northern University (B.A. Education). I have written several devotions for Guideposts Magazine's Strength and Grace, and I am hoping to soon publish an updated version of my book which will be re-titled, Sanctuary in the Midst of Alzheimer's: A Ministry for Families Facing Dementia. This new version includes an additional 4-week section for children caring for a parent.

38mins

1 Nov 2018

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Generation Bold Radio--August 4, 2019, Guest: Dr. Elizabeth Shulman, Alzheimers'

Generation Bold

Elizabeth Shulman, in her own words:I've been in ministry for 27 years, first as a pastor then as a healthcare chaplain. My doctoral research was on the experience of marriage for spouses of dementia patients, and out of that research came Sanctuary in the Midst of Alzheimer's.  I currently train churches to become a resource in their community for dementia caregivers. My favorite thing is to help dementia caregivers find meaning and a sense of peace in their experience; believe me, it can be found! I am a graduate of United Theological Seminary (D.Min.), The Methodist Theological School in Ohio (M.Div.) and Ohio Northern University (B.A. Education). I have written several devotions for Guideposts Magazine's Strength and Grace, and I am hoping to soon publish an updated version of my book which will be re-titled, Sanctuary in the Midst of Alzheimer's: A Ministry for Families Facing Dementia. This new version includes an additional 4-week section for children caring for a parent.

38mins

1 Nov 2018