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Tuesday, March 05, 2013


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Thanks for sharing the informative articles. Caregiving, while very rewarding, is also very stressful, for both parties involved. The people you are caring for are also stressed and lash out due to multiple reasons. They can often have been very independent and sometimes regret they can no longer care for themselves completely, are picking up on your stress, and many other reasons.

With those that are suffering from Alzheimer's, dementia, or other memory issues it can be even worse. They lash out are often nasty about it because they know they are not functioning properly and are frustrated, among other things. Thanks for sharing the article on how to cope when things get tough.

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