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Resetting the past can help smooth current caregiving experience

Whether we are adult children caregivers, spousal caregivers or a caregiver for some other person with whom we have a history, there are bound to be some issues from the past that would popularly be called “baggage.” Baggage is often thought of negatively, but it’s not always so. It simply means that we have complications that have evolved from the relationship over time, and these mindsets still affect our lives.  Whether you are caring for a parent who didn’t do a good job of caring for you, or you are caring for a beloved parent or spouse who now has Alzheimer’s or another disease that changes their personality, you are bringing your relationship history with you.

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