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Caring for a loved one can put a strain on your health, mentally and physically. It can be hard enough to manage your own life; add the well-being of someone else to the mix and it’s a recipe for stress.
As a caregiver, you are a vital part of your loved one’s care team. He or she needs you during this time in their life and caring for them, although exhausting, can also be very rewarding.
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