These considerations for traveling while caregiving will prevent the spread of COVID-19 and reduce any accidental exposure.
Every step in the recovery process was delicate and had a potential setback, every remedy had a potential side effect.
It feels like whatever you want to happen quickly, doesn’t, and whatever you’d prefer to deal with later won’t wait.
Here is the thing though: I am not alone. WE ARE NOT ALONE. We have this fire, its warmth, and we have each other.
Caregiving isn’t what many of us pictured for ourselves but what we take away from it, can’t be found in text books.
To save you time and money, we’ve gathered some quick, affordable, easy, and delicious breakfast options!
We’ve been there and we’re here to help. Here are suggestions from your fellow caregivers.
How many times have you thought of a great meal idea that you are sure will be tasty and pleasing, gone grocery shopping, prepared the recipe and made a nice presentation for your loved one, and then hear from them, “I just can’t eat that”?
One of the hardest things that I have gone through over the past 6 ½ years caregiving is the feeling of being abandoned.
Not just another tool for caregivers
The roller coaster of emotions never stops, but I have learned a lot about myself, the people in my life, and life with a chronically ill family member.
“So… How are YOU?” That depends on who’s asking. I mean, do they *really* want to know?
It is one of the hardest things to admit: how we feel about caregiving. This mom cops to it all.
I was left to pick up the pieces of our lives. I was a single mother, jobless, broke, in debt, and with a son in private school.
It’s not at all uncommon for caregivers to find their sex drives change, they can feel disconnected from their partners, and sexual habits can change radically. Here’s a useful tip that works for me, and I hope it works for you!