How Do You Protect Your Caree’s Privacy As You Seek Support?
On Saturday, ejourneys joined me for Table Talk on Your Caregiving Journey; you can listen to our show via the player below.
We spoke about the delicate balance that happens during caregiving–you want to seek out support for yourself but you also want to protect your caree’s privacy. ejourneys spoke about her increasing comfort level as she reached out for support and help from health care professionals and then family caregivers.
I’d love to know: Do you worry about how your caree may feel when you talk about your caregiving situation? If appropriate, how do you talk about your caregiving role with your caree? Please share your thoughts in our comments section, below.
Program Note: ejourneys will join me for Table Talk on October 6. We’ll tackle this question: Should I be everything for my caree? And, Janet, who cares for her husband, will join me this Saturday (September 8) at 11 a.m. ET (10 a.m. CT, 8 a.m. PT) to talk about stress management techniques.
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