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Do you know how stressed out you truly are? Answer a few questions to determine your level of caregiver burnout and see what resources can help reduce your strain.

Not everyone is cut out to be a caregiver for an elderly family member. Learn why it's okay to say 'no' to taking on the role of family caregiver.

Caregivers can be hit especially hard by mid-life regret because of the life-altering decisions they have to make, both for themselves and their loved ones.

Managing stress while caregiving is a hard thing to do and most family caregivers are afraid to ask for help. Here's a caregiving expert's take on what new caregivers should know when you feel the stress of being a caregiver.

Caregivers' risk for experiencing depression is 30 times greater than that of non-caregivers. Use these tools to combat depression and find a treatment plan that is right for you.

Dealing with reality: Being a caregiver for an elderly parent causes a major life shift. There's a mental adjustment to go through and you often lose the time you used to spend doing things you love. Here is how life changes for caregivers.