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Aging parents can often be affected by the loss of a spouse, and the impacts of this loss can worsen if they continue living in their matrimonial home.
As a caregiver, you can have a closer relationship to death than most people. You might even experience losses one after another, before you have time to fully process the first loss.
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As a caregiver, you may find that your loved one needs more care than you can provide at home. You may feel overwhelmed, exhausted, and even resentful.
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The responsibilities of guardianship include, among other things, looking out for the rights and interests of minors and ensuring that they get an appropriate education.
As your loved ones get older, it can be easy to forget that they're not exempt from common health and aging stressors. Just because they're living longer doesn't mean they don't have concerns about practically anything else in life.
Being a caregiver is demanding on several levels: physically, mentally, and emotionally. While it’s an essential role you’re fulfilling, you should make sure it’s not at the cost of your own health and wellbeing.
There's no one-size-fits-all answer to this question, as stress can mean different things to different people. In general, stress is a feeling of tension or anxiety caused by events or circumstances both inside and outside your control.