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CaringBridge Helps With The Healing #MC

By: Donna Chaffins | Date: November 15, 2014 | Categories: Family and Health, Websites

I participated in an Influencer Activation on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for CaringBridge. I received product a promotional item to thank me for my participation.

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There is a possibility that we all have or will experience (either ourselves or a loved one) a health issue that could result in a hospital stay, enduring a long recovery at home, or needing to coordinate day-to-day, hands on help.

A CaringBridge website makes it easy to communicate with loved ones. This way the messages of love, support, and encouragement can come flooding in, allowing the focus to be on healing.

I have a friend who used CaringBridge and it helped the family and friends (especially those who may have lived out of town) to keep up-to-date with her mother-in-law’s health (she had cancer).

About CaringBridge

CaringBridge was launched in 1997 so people–for any reason or length of time–could start a free website, remain connected to their family and friends and receive support when they need it most. As a nonprofit and early form of social media, CaringBridge has been instrumental for millions in navigating an emotional journey.

CaringBridge serves as a rallying point when people need one most. Learn more at CaringBridge.org.

Is there someone in your life (family member, friend, or neighbor) who could benifit from starting a CaringBridge website?

 

7 Responses to CaringBridge Helps With The Healing #MC

  1. Liz Mays says:

    This wouldn’t really be a bad idea for my family to use for my mom’s situation.Right now we’re doing the group text thing.

  2. I don’t know of anyone at the moment, but we do have friends who use a similar website for their daughter. It works out great to keep updates all in one place.

  3. Not right now but I’m sure that won’t last long. It seems that more and more people are feeling the pains that come with everyday life and growing older.

  4. Jenn says:

    What a fantastic way to keep extended family updated.

  5. Rachel says:

    I think caring bridge is a great way to keep family/friends who are not local informed and up to date.

  6. Veronica Lee says:

    Wish we had that service here. Good to have a rallying point when people need one most.

  7. Terri S says:

    I think caring bridge is a great idea!! Thank you for sharing.

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