Caring for Elderly Parents: 5 Tips for Avoiding Caregiver Burnout

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Caring for Elderly Parents: 5 Tips for Avoiding Caregiver Burnout

Joannes mother, Betty, had rheumatoid arthritis for years. Suddenly and unexpectedly, Betty was disabled by the pain, fatigue and limited mobility that she had feared since her diagnosis.

Joanne convinced her fiercely independent mother that living alone was no longer an option. And Joanne, the eldest of four children, knew that caring for her sick mother fell on her shoulders. Joanne was a legend in the circles of her family, friends and colleagues for her ability to act with grace under pressure.

Joanne took two weeks of vacation from her job and cooked and froze meals for her husband and three children. As she flew to her hometown, she wondered how she would coordinate her mothers care from a distance. Supporting her husband as he built his new business, nurturing her kids and directing a major project at work already made her feel that she was running on empty.

You may relate to Joannes story. One out of four Americans cares for a friend or relative who is sick, disabled or frail. Thats 46 million Americans who offer unpaid help to a loved one. If they were paid...

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