On Friday, four caregiving experts joined me for a discussion on Your Caregiving Journey on preventing regrets. Our experts included Leann Reynolds, president of Homewatch CareGivers; Suzanne Mintz, CEO of National Family Caregivers Association; Jesse Slome, Director of the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance; and Bette, who blogs about caring for her mom and her children. You can listen to our show via the player at the bottom of the post.
The pressure in caregiving can make the experience ripe for regrets. You worry about what’s right and what’s best, which means you may second guess every move and every decision. The pressure intensifies because you feel like you won’t have a second chance. This is it.
So, I’d love to know: What do you think about regrets? How have you handled regrets you’ve had? Please share your thoughts (and your reactions to our show) in the comments, below.
- Tell Us: In Six Words, What’s Your Responsibility? (caregiving.com)
- Talking with Bette (caregiving.com)
- Job Jar Day is October 22 (caregiving.com)
- Go (caregiving.com)
- Easy (caregiving.com)