Caregiver Burden & Guilt Category Professional
Caregiver Burden & Guilt – Significant emotional challenges are experienced by caregivers who desire to offer support, but for one reason or another find interactions challenging. Some feel guilty because they cannot do enough. Others feel guilty because of damaged family relationships. Others simply feel trapped by caregiving situations that have changed their life significantly. How do we close the gap between the level of care needed and what we’re physically and mentally able to provide?
Articles On The Website Library
Check out articles by Pamela written especially for professional caregivers. Below this section are articles in the FREE Professional Membership Library where new articles are added each month. Membership is free, scroll down to review the information and subscribe today.
Politics and politicians—why can’t we do without them? Especially during period of election when the media spins stories and it’s difficult to know who to trust versus who not to trust. Caregiving situations where multiple family members are involved, presents a similar situation. The...Free Professional Library - Click Here to Read
“Don’t bother working with her you got what you got.” Distressing words—some might call advice—from a physician informing a couple, who were my friends, that their daughter was diagnosed with autism. Fortunately they ignored the physician’s advice and made every effort to beat the s...Free Professional Library - Click Here to Read
To Read Articles in the FREE Professional Membership Library
The special articles below are for website visitors who join the free professional membership library. These articles are located on Pamela’s membership website. Members receive notice of new articles that are added each month and have access to other special programs that Pamela offers. Membership is free, subscribe today.
Caregiver burden represents the emotional, physical, and financial aspects and responsibilities of providing care and support for an ailing family member. This is a subject rarely discussed because most caregivers would be embarrassed to show feelings of exhaustion, frustration, or anxiety; b...Professional Membership Library Click Here
Return to Professional Category Page