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For the most part, I’ve always been a “glass half full” person. Even during very trying times, I try to find the good in what’s happening, or at least contemplate what I can learn from the negative aspects of life. After reading about a study done by Utah State University, I realize that as a caregiver for multiple people, looking on the brighter side of life may have helped my care receivers, as well.

Read more about positive strategies helping people to cope:

Purchase Minding Our Elders: Caregivers Share Their Personal Stories – paperback or ebook


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