Saturday, November 22, 2014

Does your loved one need care? Remember this advice

“I believe it’s our job in life to make sure our loved ones are cared for, but I don’t believe it’s our job to... all of the caring. Sometimes we feel this great sense of guilt for not being able to be the primary caregiver for our parents or loved ones or not really being involved in their care, and I think that’s unfortunate because not every person is called to be a caregiver. I think you have to be true to who you are, and in doing that you can certainly make sure that your loved one is cared for, but you don’t have to be the one to do it if you’re not best suited to do it.”

– Becky Beanblossom, President of Home Instead Senior Care

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