During Sunday’s night chat on Twitter, we focused on creativity during caregiving. We shared about our creative outlets and how help during a stressful situation. I loved our discussion, which reminded us that creating can be a coping strategy.
I asked a question during the end of our chat that I loved (if I do say so myself). So, I’m going to ask you the same question:
We’re in a museum and come across your art exhibit. What do we see that you created?
In our comments section below, please tell us about the art you’ve created which now resides in a museum. We use an expansive definition of art, which means you get to decide how to define art. If it’s art to you, it’s art to us.
I look forward to hearing about your art that we visit in a museum.
(Editor’s Note: Our next chat on Twitter will take place on Feb. 9 at 8 p.m. ET. We’d love you to join us; it’s an informal way to connect with others who care for a family member or friend. To join in the conversation, follow our hashtag: #carechat.)
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