Family Relationships & Conflict

Family Relationships & ConflictFamily relationships issues and conflict are part of life. Past history—like sibling rivalries or perceived favoritism — carries with us and resurface when caregiving becomes a role. When caregiving becomes a need, conflict happens. Mom and dad experience failing health. We’re afraid of losing them. We disagree about what actions to take. We come together or fall apart. Anxiety, emotional distress and frustration run high. If you are in family relationship and experiencing conflict, you are not alone. Gain confidence that managing conflict is possible. Increase your coping skills. Solutions exist. Real answers are here.

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Imperfect Family Relationships: Moving Ahead

Imperfect Family Relationships: Moving Ahead By Pamela D Wilson MS, BS/BA, CSA, NCG When families come together in caregiving situations, at family or holiday reunions or when family members interact in the general course of life, there are often past relationship glitches or hurts that remain an underlying current. We so often hear others

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Not Getting What You Want

Not Getting What You Want By Pamela D Wilson MS, BS/BA, CSA, NCG The holidays are a time when families come together and gifts are shared. How many of you have childhood memories of not getting what you wanted? Because of this memory you may have been a parent who gave your child everything he or she wanted—and you now

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Family Dynamics of Caregiving

Family Dynamics of Caregiving Navigating the family dynamics of caregiving can be challenging. Many family members, including aging parents disagree on how or where care should be provided. When these concerns were not previously discussed and a crises occurs, family disagreements are common due to the pressure of having to make

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Caregiving in This Season of Thanksgiving

Caregiving in This Season of Thanksgiving A woman I know is losing her mind; she has a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease.  However, despite the frustration, anxiety and fear she faces on a daily basis, she remains thankful.  Thankful that her family survived the terrors of the concentration camps and was able to journey to the United Sta

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