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My Life in the Balance

During the two tough years of my husband’s illness, I lost my balance. Every consideration in my life was laser-focused on his well-being. I never doubted the vital importance of my full-time role as a caregiver; in fact, I considered

7 Coping Tips for Family Caregivers During the Holidays

Holidays are meant to be a celebratory time that creates lasting memories with family and friends. If you are caring for a loved one who is seriously ill, however, balancing caregiving responsibilities and holiday preparations can feel overwhelming.   At

3 Tips for the Caregiver of Someone with Dementia

Editor’s note: November is National Family Caregivers Month.  This year’s theme is “Take Care to Give Care,” which urges caregivers to pay attention to their own physical and mental wellness.   Caring for a loved one with dementia presents a

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