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When a beloved elder dies, we may have varying reactions, frequently changing moment by moment. Naturally, there's grief and the realization that we've seen the last of our loved one's physical presence. Often, however, if the death follows a long illness or significant pain, we can also feel a sense of relief that their suffering is over and we can get on with healing. It's often the in between time - the caregiving years - that is the most difficult to label.

Read the full article on HealthCentral about the unique form of grief that dementia caregivers endure:

Carol Bradley Bursack is the Candid Caregiver

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