Caregiving Sites Link Exchange

I decided to host a link exchange for blogs, facebook pages, twitter accounts, or any website about caregiving.  Any type of caregiver is welcome to post a link to their site. I would appreciate it greatly and love you forever if you'd follow me. I promise to follow back. All you have to do is fill out the form below with your blog's name and url  and your link will be added. Thanks!











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  1. I couldn't get my info to enter above. I just started a blog about caring for my husband who has Lewy Body Disease (LBD).
    Lifewithlewybody.blogspot.com

    Name of blog is Try to Remember.
    My name is Cherie Marcus. I'm on google+

    Thanks, Lisa for creating this exchange.

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  2. My blog is about my experiences as a caregiver for my husband who has a cancer called Multiple Myeloma. I came up with the blog name because during this past year I've often felt like a tiny pebble on a large beach. My hope is that I can give some encouragement to other caregivers of MM patients.

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    1. Oh oh..it looks like I posted the link twice in error. Could you delete the one that says Shelley (10) and leave the one that is the name of my blog? www.apebbleonthebeach.com

      Thanks.

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    2. Done! Thanks for entering your link.
      Lisa

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  3. "Una dressed in Books" is my book review blog. i followed you and have your link on my blog,hope you will the same!
    and anyone else who is interested in blog exchange,just leave your link on my blog :)
    http://unaeve.blogspot.com/

    happy blogging!

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  4. My mother-in-law lived with me and my family for seven years, and during the last three years of her life I was her primary caregiver (she passed away in 2008). I write honestly about our difficult journey through caregiving, hospice, and end-of-life.

    I love the collection of interests you have here, Lisa! Thanks so much for this site.

    Lisa

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