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Readers and Followers: Caregiving is a timeless topic. Following is a categorized index to help you reference past posts relevant to your current caregiving needs. Thanks for visiting! Barb Matthews
Topics of current interest
The Consequences of Isolation and Loneliness
Taking Some of the Fear Out of Dying Alone
Corona Virus: Generational Perspectives
Attitudes about caregiving
Setting personal boundaries in caregiving
Attitudes about Caregiving Education
The “We don’t need it yet” phenomenon
Planning and preparing for caregiving
Caregiving model: living with an elderly parent in your home
Becoming a Caregiver and Planning for the Future
Caregiving profiles and difficult caregiving choices
Aging in Place: Moving in with the Kids
Caregiving: Should I quit my job?
Your care receiver
Goal Setting: Does it Impact Longevity?
Should you sit in on doctor appointments?
A Thread of Conversation with the Cape Cod Caregiver
When Parent-Child Lines become Fuzzy
The caregiver: body and mind
Characteristics and Abilities of a Good Caregiver
Does Caregiving Impact Caregiver Health?
Do Family Caregivers Feel Valued?
Not quite the plan: Dating and caregiving.
Looking ahead: How will our children be prepared?
Family interaction in caregiving
Family Relationships: Sharing Caregiving Responsibilities
Sibling Rivalry and Caregiving
Resentment: Recognize and Eradicate
Family Dynamics: Caring for In-laws
Organizing and processing “things”
Lickity Splickity or Little by Little?
Death, dying and other difficult emotions
It’s COMPLICATED–Attitudes about Dying
A Controversial Issue Worthy of Comments
Again, Quality vs. Quantity of Life
Would you choose to die at 75?
People cope with death in many different ways – The Patriot-News
Different Perspectives on Grief
Hospice: When Should They Get Involved?
Childhood caregiving and children’s grief
It never goes away and it has made me who I am.
Missing Childhood: The Overlooked Caregivers
Remembering those who have died
My Counterpart: a Go-To Grammy