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Being the primary caregiver for an aging or ailing parent is a stressful, time-consuming, and sometimes thankless job. You stepped up to the plate for your parent because you love them, support them, and want their quality of life to be as high as possible in their last years. As amazing as it is for you take on this...
1. Angry Outbursts. Having your loved one or patient violently snap out at you can be very traumatic. Especially becomes sometimes it’s not seen coming. We can be 100% loving and caring and the next moment they will snap at us. 2. Speech problems. Not being able to understand what they are saying makes caregiving very hard. Even by being...
Used a Snapchat Filter with your Loved one - $10 Cried after a Stressful day of Caregiving -$20 Panicked after your Loved one wandered off alone - $15 Cleaned up a freshly cooked meal they just spilled - $10 Patiently waited 5 min for Loved one to gather their thoughts - $15 Given them a bath - $20 ...
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You’ve been told at least once that your sibling is taking great care of them, even though you’ve been doing all the word When you buy childproof locks at a store, someone asks how old your child is and receive weird looks when you say 80   via GIPHY   Finally getting a moment alone after a long day of caregiving ...

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Caregiving for someone with Alzheimer’s is probably one of the hardest tasks one can do. It’s hard because you are literally seeing someone you probably loved in some way (mother, father, wife, husband, etc) start to lose a sense of who they are. They forget more and more about themselves and their past. Sometimes it can be easy caring...
Sometimes, the loved one you’re caring for does something or says something that just puts you over the edge. Maybe she can’t remember that her son visited her yesterday, and says that nobody loves her. Or says that she is being taken care of by someone else, which devastates you since you’ve been taking care of them for the...

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