My sister made her end-of-life wishes clear. Then dementia took hold

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My life: Theresa L

What's caregiving really like for me? Well it changes from day to day and hour to hour sometimes. I've been married 56 years to Rick on March 16th. He has many health issues... stoke, open heart surgeries, infections, etc. He is homebound right now. Sometimes I feel...

Looking back at 95 years of eldercare

Things have changed a lot in the US during my grandmother's lifetime. My grandmother retired before I was born. Usually the people I remember as having been "old" during my childhood turn out to have been slightly older than I am now. Not so with my last remaining...

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Our lives are so busy these days; we’re cooking, cleaning, taking care of the kids, planning parties, and working. Not to mention all the time we are spending at the gym. With our fast pace lives, this leaves little time for family. How many times have we seen someone...

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Life goes on after caregiving ends. Here's how other caregiving alumni have returned to their old lives or built new ones.

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Some of the best advice pops up in the forums, on social media, or in our support groups. We gather it here to make it easy to find.

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Caregiving is a spiritual experience for many, although it can also lead to spiritual neglect. Here's spiritual nourishment from any and all faith traditions.

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We do our best to feed our patients healthy meals, but we may forget to feed ourselves. Here's how other caregivers do it.

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This is what happens when the black sheep comes home to take care of his parents.

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Tembi knew she'd lose her husband to his career as a chef. She didn't expect to lose him to cancer.

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Journaling is a rewarding reprieve for so many of us. Even when no one else cares, the page listens.

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Every religion looks at the dying and grieving process differently. We interview faith leaders to get their take.

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Bob took care of his wife as she battled cancer. Now he's fighting the battle himself.

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One of our partner organizations, The Mighty shares positive stories about caregiving and living with a disability, disease, or mental illness.

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