Sioux Valley Offers Help to Busy Women with Unique Seminar on September 30
Women are natural caregivers. They spend most of their lives caring for others including their children, spouse and aging parents.
Women are natural caregivers. They spend most of their lives caring for others including their children, spouse and aging parents. Women often find themselves doing a balancing act: trying to accommodate the needs of others while also finding time to take care of themselves. Finding balance takes time and encouragement which is why Sioux Valley Women's is offering a unique event called The Balancing Act: Taking Care of You and Others. The Balancing Act will be held at the Schroeder Auditorium at Sioux Valley Hospital on Saturday, September 30 from 8:30 am-2:00 pm This event is designed for women who live busy lives and feel that their lives are not as balanced as they would like.
"As women, we want to help others and please the boss, children, spouse, and church all at the same time," says Kim Overby, Director of Womens and Childrens Services at Sioux Valley Hospital. "But all that pleasing can be unhealthy."
The consequences of not living a balanced life may include depression, stress, not feeling well, loss of energy, and resentment of the people youre doing things for, or feeling out of control.
Women who attend will learn that life is more than just checking things off the endless "to-do" list. It's about finding a life-balance by making deliberate choices to experience life on a more meaningful and joyful level. To register for The Balancing Act: Taking Care of You and Others, call the Sioux Valley Womens Resource Center at 605-328-7155. The cost is $10 for Sioux Valley Women's members and $15 for non-members. Lunch is included.