Caring For Me
If you are a caregiver, caring for me never happens. Caregivers are martyrs. They place others needs above their own. Healthcare professionals who are caregivers have a greater challenge. They caregive at work, care for children at home, and care for aging parents. Never enough time in the day. Stress and anxiety are at peak levels. No one cares or helps. Additional responsibilities and tasks are piled onto already long to do lists. Caring for me is a must—or you will face your worst nightmare. Failing to care for a loved one.
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Check out articles by Pamela written especially for family caregivers. Below this section are articles in the FREE Family Membership Library where new articles are added each month. Membership is free, scroll down to review the information and subscribe today.
Alzheimer’s and dementia are concerning diagnoses that present opportunities for prevention at all ages for even older adults in their 90’s who do not have a diagnosis. Our brain and systems of the body work together like a computer program to ensure that the machine, we call our body, runs...Free Family Library - Click Here to Read
Caregiver stress and anxiety levels, experienced by adult children caregivers, mirror responses to traumatic experiences. Stress levels differ based on the two types of support provided. The first type of support is less intensive and is described as social and practical support. The second typ...Free Family Library - Click Here to Read
Caregiver support groups provide confidence and assistance to navigate family care situations. Caregivers are known for self-sacrifice, placing their needs below others, and ignoring their own health concerns. Standing up in a caregiving role is important for a number of reasons. Caregivers who...Free Family Library - Click Here to Read
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The special articles below are for website visitors who join the free family 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.
A common question asked in caregiving support groups is how to let go of caregiving anger and resentment. Most caregivers hesitate to admit feeling anger and resentment about caregiving. When life changes, the idea of how to let go of caregiver anger and resentment is a commonly discussed subje...Family Membership Library Click Here
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