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If you are a caregiver, the one resolution I suggest is to take better care of yourself.
Why is Caregiving a Struggle?
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The New Year is here. How often do we start the year with great intentions and resolutions? In a month or two that list we made will fall off the face of the earth never to be seen again.
What Resolution Will You Make for Yourself?

If you are a caregiver, the one resolution I suggest is to take better care of yourself. I know, you’re thinking that you don’t have time to take care of yourself, with everything that you have on your “to do” list. Add yourself to the list.

If you don’t. . .

  • You are placing the care of your loved one at risk. Who is your backup to provide care?
  • You are predicting the future of your own care needs—the health concerns you ignore today will haunt you in the future!

If you do. . .

  • You will feel better—in body, mind, and spirit. Imagine how you can translate the care you are giving to your loved one to yourself!
  • You will gain confidence in your caregiving abilities, make better decisions. As a result, your loved one will receive really great care and you will feel less stressed.

Tips to Reducing Caregiving Struggle
Check out this month’s newsletter article and my blog article. The roles and responsibilities of caregiving can feel overwhelming. Learn secrets to reduce the struggle and have a more positive attitude toward caregiving.

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Check out my Caregiving Blog Article

I post new articles to my caregiving blog several times a month. If you’re looking for helpful information or inspiration in addition to information provided in this newsletter, bookmark my blog and check in every Friday for updates.

Caregiving Blog: Roles and Responsibilities
Uncertainty about roles and responsibilities are concerns of family caregivers. These concerns include 1:1 care, emotional and social support, and care monitoring, coordination, and advocacy. Physical stress, worry, and emotional overwhelm are shared caregiver experiences that result from long lists of care responsibilities that never seem to end. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.
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In gratitude and service,

Pamela D. Wilson MS, BS/BA, CG, CSA

Caregiving Expert, Advocate, and Speaker
"I Solve Caregiving Problems"
Website: www.PamelaDWilson.com
Telephone: 888-393-7754

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Pamela D. Wilson, MS, BS/BA, CG, CSA, a National Certified Guardian and Certified Senior Advisor, is a caregiving and elder care expert, advocate, and speaker. Pamela offers family caregivers programming and support to navigate the challenges of providing, navigating, and planning for care. She guides professionals practicing in estate planning, elder and probate law, and financial planning to create plans to address unexpected concerns identified in her past role as a professional fiduciary. Healthcare professionals are supported by Pamela’s expertise to increase responsiveness and sensitivity to the extensive range of care challenges faced by care recipients and caregivers.


 
 
 
 
 
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