As we get older so do our parents. Sometimes it falls on us to take care of them and you become a caregiver. This is neither an easy proposition or a stress-free one. There is a lot that goes into taking care of your parents, especially depending on their medical history and mental faculties.
In the caregiver pages, I hope to share what has made this process easier for me. Maybe those of you facing this situation can learn from my pitfalls and mistakes. Or can get a better head start than I did with my mom and dad.
In addition to the health of those you care for you have to consider your own health and wellness. The following posts are just a few things that may help you on your own journey.
10 Tips For A Well Oiled Home
We all know there is more than one way to skin a cat. Not that we’d want to. This isRead more.
Limits: What to talk about
Part 4 of our Limits discussion, and the last one….whoo!. I know it been a lot to get through butRead more.
The last two weeks we looked at the beginnings of building limits and boundaries. We did some exercises to determineRead more.
Welcome back. Last time we started talking about limits. You can find that post here (add link). But if you’reRead more.
Limits: The First Step
We all have limits and boundaries. Some of them are hard to set while many others are hard limits. ButRead more.
Explaining Death To A Toddler
The other day I had an interesting, but heartbreaking opportunity. At 5:30 A.M. our little Valkyrie’s Nana in OH calledRead more.
Stress and Caregivers: The Nitty Gritty Truth
If you are a caregiver, particularly to a family member you are going to be stressed. There is little youRead more.
Caring for your Parents: Part 2
This is a continuation of my first post on things you may need to do when you start caring forRead more.
Being Your Parents Caregiver
If you’ve read my About Me page, you know that I work at home as a caregiver for my parents.Read more.