Difficult Discussions Category
Difficult caregiver discussions involve self-talk and conversations with aging parents and spouses. Why are caregivers so obsessed with the role of caregiving that physical and emotional exhaustion results? Why do aging parents and spouses refuse care? We drive ourselves crazy by not talking. We avoid difficult caregiving discussions because we’re afraid to talk. Afraid of hurt feelings. Too timid to say what we need or what we are able to contribute. No more delays. It’s time. Join Pamela to learn conversation starters and tips to ease difficult caregiving conversations.
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What does guardianship of an elderly parent mean? In simple terms, guardianship means that a family caregiver who accepts guardianship for an elderly parent agrees to a higher level of responsibility. This responsibility includes making good medical and daily care decisions for an elderly parent.A dFree Family Library - Read
Unexpected challenges fill the lives of caregivers with days when caregiving becomes too much. Most caregiving days are challenging. Days are consumed with problems and frustrations about things that continually go wrong. On days when caregiving becomes too much, these five things may offer solutionFree Family Library - Read
When is the best time to get power of attorney documents for elderly parents? You tried to bring up the subject in the past and elderly parents quickly closed the door on the discussion. Stories you are hearing from friends in similar situations paint a stressful picture of care for parents who failFree Family Library - Read
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