Caregiver Coffee Break

Are you faced with choosing between your parents and your children?  Do you find managing multiple agencies and providers overwhelming? Are sibling relationships strained? Is your marriage or partnership at risk? Have you become aware of snapping more at those you love the most?

You might be running on empty.

 Take time for YOU!

Join this weekly 60-minute facilitated support group to get YOUR weekly fill of Tender Loving Care! 

You can't give to others if you're running on empty.

 

Now offering two groups:

Wednesdays from 6 am -7 am PST

and

Thursdays from 11 am - 12 pm PST. 

Join Now Wed 6am-7am PST Join Now Thur 11am -12pm PST

What is the group like?

  • Small group - limited to 10 persons
  • Opportunity to share at your own comfort level
  • A safe space free from judgment, criticism, and solicitation from group members
  • Skilled facilitation - Christy has led support groups, coaching groups, and other learning groups for over 30 years
Join Now Wed 6am - 7am PST
Join Now Thur 11am - 12pm

Caregiving is an act of LOVE!

But who's taking care of you?

Nearly 50% of Americans are in the Sandwich Generation and since the pandemic, those numbers are growing. 

So where do YOU go for support? 

Who might understand the twilight zone of easing your youngest out of diapers while nudging a parent to begin using them?

The mixed emotions of handing your car keys to your newly-licensed teen while desperately trying to convince your parent they should give up their keys?

I recall when I had my first child how much I valued a “Mommy and Me” support group. It was a weekly gathering I looked forward to because other “new” moms were there who could relate, cry and laugh with me as I stumbled through this major transition in my life—just like them.  

Since that time, finding support for new stages in my life has been incredibly valuable. 

Learning from books, articles, and lectures is great, but I found meeting others who were in similar situations a great source of learning and comfort.

This is why I started Caregiver Coffee Break!

Whatever your “Sandwich” might look like, if you are balancing children, aging parents, and work, or some other “caregiving combo,” you are welcome to join “Caregiver Break Time.

This is a 60-minute facilitated support group offering a place to share concerns, questions, wins, and challenges with others who really “get it!”

I've added a new group on Thursdays from 11 am - 12 pm PST, or join an existing group on Wednesdays from 6 am - 7 am PST. 

As a facilitated support group, this is designed to be a safe space. Members are not permitted to solicit others, sell their products or services, correct or criticize fellow members. This is not a faith-based group—all faiths and non-secular folks welcome. This is a place to speak openly, authentically, listen, and share your own perspective while hearing from others who can relate. 

The cost is $37 per month, or roughly, $10 per week. Each group is limited to 10 people so that maximum support is gained by each member. That’s a Venti Latte and a Sandwich! 

If you are interested in more personalized coaching that can support you in your caregiving journey, please feel free to schedule a 30-minute discovery call by clicking here: Contact Christy.

Coming in 2022, a more directed e-course focused on Thriving in the Sandwich Generation! 

Follow me on Facebook at ChristyByrneYates to learn more about that, or join my email list and receive a free handout on Self-Care during these challenging times Sign Me Up.

I look forward to gathering with you! I wish you well on your journey. I know you are doing great things even when it feels crazy.  

Lead with love, always. 


PS - If you are NOT a member of the Sandwich Generation or a caregiver, but know someone who is, please forward this information to them. Thank you. :)

Join Now Wed 6am - 7am PST Join Now Thur 11am - 12pm PST
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