Last week, you shared your caregiving worries in six words.
This week, I’d love to know about a caregiving fear. And, I’d love for you to share in six words. Last night’s talk show (What’s the Worst Caregiving Emotion?) inspired this discussion about caregiving fears. I found our conversation fascinating and would love to know more about what you fear during caregiving.
A caregiving fear (in six words) could sound like this:
What if I lose my temper?
What if I can’t do it?
Please share your six-word caregiving fears in our comments section, below.
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