Delegating care tasks and intentionally carving out "me" time are crucial to finding the mental and physical strength you need to keep going.
What’s holding you back from accepting the help you need and deserve?
Be brave and bold. Tell your friends and family what you want.
Caregivers share the routines and habits that help them manage stress and prioritize health.
Here are five strategies to try that can help you process and accept the shifts in your relationship due to caregiving.
Try these strategies to improve communication and limit frustration.
For years, I denied the connection between my daughter's diagnosis and my long-term stress.
The fault lines of stress and trauma are created when we neglect to take the care we need.
Caregiving often affects all aspects of a person's health. Learn more about the hidden costs and unexpected joys of this role.
Twelve years after the loss of his wife Desiree, Robert shares seven valuable lessons he learned from being her caregiver.
Acknowledging that stress is inevitable is key to weathering the unpredictabilities of caregiving.
Recognize the signs of burnout and when it’s time to seek help.
Use these reminders to manage anxiety and put challenging moments into perspective