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Check Your Pride at the Door

We all want to think that we can keep our house in order (both literally and figuratively) while juggling the demands of work, marriage, and children and for over 65 million Americans caring for an elderly loved one. Any of … Continue reading

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Managing Difficult Conversations

Last year one of my family members, due to a prescription happy physician, was on several medications that had changed her personality from friendly to flat, as well as challenged her decision-making skills leading ┬áto 2 car accidents (she had … Continue reading

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Are you experiencing a meltdown?

Caregiver burnout can be devastating. Day after day caring for someone else, especially if they require so much assistance, can be depleting your health and well-being. Caregivers can begin to feel more like a victim than a helper. Additionally, caregivers … Continue reading

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