Entries by Tandy Elisala

Empowered Family Caregiver Facebook Group Information

Here is the description and rules for the private Empowered Family Caregiver Facebook Group:   This Empowered Family Caregiver group provides support, community, hope, empowerment, and resources for family caregivers. We’ll periodically go live with coaching and tips here in the group. If you’ve ever taken care of a parent, grandparent, or other loved one, […]

The 15 BEST Quotes To Help Get Through Cancer

The 15 BEST Quotes To Help Get Through Cancer   When I was going through cancer, I looked to quotes for inspiration and motivation to get through the tough days… and there were many tough days. Here are 15 Best Quotes To Help Get Through Cancer or any difficult time in life.   Quote#1: “It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop.” […]

International Quality of Life Month: How To Live Your Best Life

International Quality of Life Month: How To Live Your Best Life January is #InternationalQualityofLifeMonth. This makes sense given the beginning of each year we tend to evaluate what’s working and what’s not. We create goals and identify how we’ll reach them. There is one thing that will determine the quality of your life:     HABITS. As […]

The Truth About Problems That Will Make You Think Differently About Life

The Truth About Problems That Will Make You Think Differently About Life Do you ever wonder what your life would be like without problems? As we grow, our problems change (hopefully get upgraded) yet we still have problems. In this article, I’m sharing the truth about problems that will make you think differently about problems […]

3 Questions To Ask Yourself As You Plan 2018 (and Tandy’s Top 10 Non-Negotiables)

3 Questions To Ask Yourself As You Plan 2018 (and Tandy’s Top 10 Non-Negotiables) If you are like most people, you’ve thought about your 2018 goals (note that I didn’t say “resolutions”) and have a plan for your 2018 goals and dreams. In case you are still working on your goals, here are 3 questions […]

How I Helped My Daughter Through Depression and Suicidal Thoughts 

How I Helped My Daughter Through Depression and Suicidal Thoughts    One of my friends recently asked a question on Facebook about how many people are taking antidepressants. The responses she received were vast and wide. There were so many differing opinions on the subject. My daughter, Amanda, is a healthy young woman (aside from the […]

When Gratitude, Kindness, Grief, Hope, and Compassion Collide

When Gratitude, Kindness, Grief, Hope, and Compassion Collide This article is about what can happen when Gratitude, Kindness, Grief, Hope, and Compassion Collide. My good friend, Dr. Jerri Eddington, recently posted a message on Facebook about lessons she learned about her short journey with her beautiful first-born son, Shawn. Jerri’s message has profound lessons about […]