Cashing in — no not financially. Cashing in on favors from family members, friends, support groups and organizations can be rewarding for caregivers. Remember when someone asked you to let them know if there is something they can do to help out with a loved one? Now is the time to allow those who want to help you with the caregiving responsibilities. Caregivers trying to do everything themselves soon burnout physically and emotionally. The caregiver suffers as does the loved one. Allowing someone to do some of your weekly chores, run errands, do some of the marketing or even sit with your loved one for a few hours will ease your load. It is like a cash incentive. What can you do to cash in? Let me know.
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