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Spousal caregivers find support but need more attention

As a newspaper columnist and forum moderator dedicated to caregiver support and aging issues, I often hear complaints from well spouses caring for their mate. These folks want to know why most of the online support, and many of the in-person support groups, are dominated by the adult children caregivers. These complaints are well-founded.

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It really is difficult, Annie. The financial part can be devastating, even after you've gone through all the emotional things.
Blessings to you, Annie. I wish you well.

It is hard for caregivers often they have lost their spouse and the relationship they love and still have to go on and help their spouse. Sometimes at the cost of going through all their financial means. It is difficult

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