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Many caregivers find themselves unexpectedly overwhelmed, balancing the needs of their care recipients alongside their jobs, families, and other obligations. In some severe instances, the lack of support at home might mean the need to rely on long-term care solutions. For caregivers to embark on this journey of self-care, it is imperative to first understand the nature of caregiving stress. ...
Finding an exercise routine is really important; doing something that’s manageable and can fit into our day, like 20 to 30 minutes of working out, going for a walk, or developing a yoga or simple stretch routine to work out at home, can help elevate our physical health. ...
Caring for yourself is one of the often overlooked tasks you can do as a caregiver because when your needs are taken care of, the person receiving care will benefit too. ...
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"If I’ve gained one thing from the journey so far it’s a better sense of perspective. We all know how the journey will end, but the way we get there is up to us."
Keir Gravil
"I want other caregivers to remember that you are not alone, that there are so many of us all over the world, who know exactly what you mean, exactly what you feel, and exactly how alone you feel. Which means you’re not alone."
Julia Dima
"Everyone will have their own unique balance. Find the balance that you can live with so that you will not burn out."
Sue Hsian Yau

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