How do you determine if the care receiver is taking advantage of the primary caregiver?

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The care receiver seems to be stronger and able to do more for themselves with others. But with the primary (family member) caregiver more needy and weak.

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I certainly know how you feel. I think it happens very often. It is unfortunately in the nature of some people to use others to do things they don't want to do. Tell us a little more and people may have some suggestions about what to do.
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