Love, Always

The Life Guide On How To Care For Yourself — When You’re A Caregiver For Somebody Else.

Inside this Life Guide, you’ll find proven steps that show you how to provide dignified, loving care … while tending to your own needs, as well.

You’ll learn how to:

: How to identify what’s in your control, and make peace with what’s not.
: How to release pent-up emotions safely, so that you don’t “lash out” at the person you love.
: How to create a powerful self-care plan (essential, because your responsibilities can be so depleting).
: And more!

Includes a 35-page digital workbook & 50-minute audio guide.

To listen to a short audio sample, click on the arrow below.

Own the Guide: $25

“I enjoyed your Caregivers Guide. It is appealing, well-organized and has great information.”

Dr. Mary Clark

“Dr. Gelb’s “How to Care for Yourself Life Guide” is brilliant, helpful and so necessary.

Having myself been a caretaker four times, I can tell you that the last thing someone needs is one more overwhelming thing to do. You are already operating in a complete state of overwhelm and yet still need some support and an outlet.

Suzanne has created the perfect easy, but powerful way to do something for yourself. The question prompts with fill-in-the-blanks, makes doing the work feel like a pleasurable outlet. Through her questions and suggestions it’s as if she’s walking along side you gently guiding you with her big, open, nonjudgemental heart. 

If you are feeling the need for something supportive, but feel like you can’t deal with even one more thing, this guide in its super gentle, but powerful way, might just be the answer.”

Tracy Baum-Finkel

Rebecca Rapple_Caregiving Life Guide

Before, self-care wasn’t a word I ever would have used — it felt selfish and indulgent… but after working through this guide, I see how easily I can make myself feel better — and how that helps me take better care of my loved ones.

I absolutely loved how this guide broke everything down, step by step. I never felt overwhelmed.

If you are feeling the need for something supportive, but feel like you can’t deal with even one more thing, this guide in its super gentle, but powerful way, might just be the answer.”

Rebecca Rapple

“Your guidebooks are gems.”

Alexandra Franzen