What's for dinner?
Asked by BoniChak
20 hrs ago
Are there any counselors or therapist who understand the caregiver's depression and needs?
Asked by gwaldron
42 hrs ago
How do I tell my Dad that it's getting too much to care for him at home now?
Asked by NannyC
What do I do when I know my husband needs to be placed and can't find a place with openings?
Asked by xhausted
46 hrs ago
Caregiver stress causing memory problems. Anyone else experience this?
Asked by anonymous121081
2 days ago
My Mom talks to herself out loud so I hear the things she thinks about me, she accuses me of being lazy,…
Asked by theresaS
3 days ago
Spouse has bipolar, anxiety and depression. Any advice?
Asked by Thebipolarswife
4 days ago
Mom has dementia and lives with my sister. Sister is exhausted & stressed. No money for ALF. Any suggestio…
Asked by bmwallace
Oct 17, 2014
Does anyone feel like a slave?
Asked by Smitty
When is too much, too much?
Asked by Inky2034
Mom (89) has lived with us for 5 years. I feel guilty for being too burnt out to host relatives that want…
Asked by annetx
I'm not sure I have the patience to do this. I love my mom but sometimes I don't like her.
Asked by Ekkiemom6
Oct 16, 2014
How much more are we expected to do?
Asked by sunflo2
Oct 14, 2014
I'm losing my patience which is thin at best. Any advice?
Not breathing right. Does this have to do with caregiving?
Asked by JessieBelle
Why are caregiver needs so often treated like complaints?
Has anyone experienced treatment where you have been judged by others even though you're doing your best?
Asked by Raina28
I find myself losing my temper alot, (nothing physical or verbal) and that is not me, and I feel like I am…
Asked by heistheicon
Does anyone just need to go somewhere and be alone?
At what point can a caregiver say "enough is enough" to verbal abuse even if there may be a medical explana…
Asked by Matie26
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