What’s the Worst Caregiving Emotion?
Last night, on Your Caregiving Journey, our panel of family caregivers joined me to answer this question: What’s the worst caregiving emotion?
@ejourneys, @jbones1961 (Jane) and @kreisler (Richard) agreed that fear is the worst for them. @gail called to join the discussion and share that, for her, shame is the worst. We had a fascinating discussion about fear, which you can listen to via the player below.
I’d love to know: For you, what’s the worst caregiving emotion? Please share your thoughts in our comments section, below.
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