CaringBridge: Supporting Those With Love When They Need it Most

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.

There are times in every person’s life where they need support of their friends and family. It may be during the death of a loved one, a stressful time of work, or any number of things, support can get you through the hardest times. 

One of the times that I think can be the hardest is when you are sick. Whether it’s a chronic illness (especially when you can’t diagnose it), the flu, or even something as devastating as cancer, being sick has the ability to bring the cheeriest person down. I’ve struggled with a lot of different health issues over the past few years, and I can definitely testify to the desperation a person can feel when they are having health problems!

CaringBridge is a website that was launched in 1997 for people who want to start a website (for any reason or any length of time) to stay connected with family and friends. The website can become a lifeline to the outside world to help people facing the loneliness of a hospital stay, a long recovery, or for any reason they might be feeling like they need a little extra support. CaringBridge just makes it easier to support those you love with messages of love, support and encouragement.

I think this is an awesome resource. I know so many people struggling with different issues for whatever reasons, and I could see how creating a website like this would make all the difference to some people!

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