That’s the question we discussed last night on Your Caregiving Journey, our Internet talk show. I was joined for the conversation by Richard, who cares for his brother-in-law and mother; Jane, who cares for her daughter; and Ejourneys, who cares for her partner. You can listen to our show via the player, below.
A life of caregiving means a family member or friend isn’t well, which can feel like your life isn’t well. How do you adjust? How do you accept this life of caregiving?
Please share your thoughts and experiences in our comments section, below.
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