Caregiver’s Heart Podcast Episode #06: How Is Caregiver Stress Related To Negativity?

Negativity is prevalent in disease and chronic illnesses.  Sometimes it is due to pain, the disease itself and often fear… from both care recipients and caregivers.

When Lisa’s mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, Lisa felt at a loss.  She grieved the diagnosis, the future loss of her mother and the changes caregiving would bring to her and her family’s lives. 

And she responded to her mother’s fear of the future.

Suddenly their lives were full of problems that seemed insurmountable.  This week’s podcast addresses this…

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Ina Gilmore, M.D. (Retired)

“The Knitting Dr.”

Founder, and
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P.S. Caregiver stress is increased by several factors, including negativity.  Recognizing negative factors and influences and eliminating them can be a first step towards reducing stress.  Join our community and share ways of combating negativity.  Click here now to get your 7 Day 1-Cent* Trial Gold Membership.

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How Is Caregiver Stress Related To Negativity?


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