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  • Maintaining a Positive Outlook as a Caregiver Maintaining a Positive Outlook as a Caregiver Caregivers these days suffer from something known as compassion fatigue and burnout. While you may not have heard these terms before, they are very real, and you might identify with them as we continue to live in a state of emergency due to Covid-19. Just how do you stay ... Read More
  • Losing Caregiver Guilt and Living at Peace Losing Caregiver Guilt and Living at Peace If you are feeling a bit guilty when it comes to taking care of your older loved ones, you are not alone. Negative emotions are quite common as you walk the caregiving process, and it’s important to know what to do with those emotions as they come up. On top of feeling ... Read More
  • Taking Care of Yourself as a Caregiver for Others Taking Care of Yourself as a Caregiver for Others Becoming a caregiver to a family member is both rewarding and challenging. It will no doubt have an impact on the other relationships in your life, making the personal priorities fall to the back burner. While we may tell ourselves, this type of caregiving is only temporary, ... Read More
  • How Sandwich Generation Caregivers Can Relieve Stress How Sandwich Generation Caregivers Can Relieve Stress It’s stressful enough being a caregiver for an aging parent, but when you are also in the “sandwich generation,” things can be even harder. The sandwich generation refers to adults caring for senior parents as well as children young enough to still be in the home. The risk ... Read More
  • How to Handle Criticism as a Caregiver How to Handle Criticism as a Caregiver If you are a caregiver for a loved one in your family, you already know that outside opinions and criticisms seem to come with the job. Dealing with it can be tough and not taking it personally is even tougher. This is especially true when others voice opinions about how you ... Read More
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