My mother is in denial that I need help as her caregiver and I am severely burned out. She refuses to get help, allow anyone to help, or believe that I need to get away. What should I do? more

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More than one quarter of the adult population (26.6%) has provided care for a chronically ill, disabled or aged family member or friend during the past year. more

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To deal with it, you need to recognize it more


Through my practice as a psychotherapist and my role as a caregiver support group leader, I have met many people who describe an experience that I only recently have been able to name. more

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Caregiver fatigue cannot be understated. Spouses, adult children and family members alike are susceptible to caregiver fatigue whether they are providing care twenty-four hours a day or caregiving from a distance. more


Being able to cope with the strains and stresses of being a caregiver is part of the art of caregiving. To remain healthy,we must be able to see our own limitations and learn to care for ourselves as well as others. more