For Caregivers: 11 coping tips as you help your BI loved one


1. Live for the day; one day at a time. Be like the marathon runner focused on just the one mile at hand.

2. It’s best to forgive, though most of us feel the impulse only waveringly if at all. Like most things, forgiving gets easier with practice

3. Count one’s blessings daily. When not enough good things are happening, make them happen!

4. Surround yourself with positive people.The idea is to find people who’ll help you stay brave and strong so you can be there for the ones really counting on you.

5. Think outside the box! Many medical practitioners at the zenith of their careers no longer have an open mind, if they ever did. It’s your responsibility to seek alternative therapies, emerging technologies, and to keep abreast of which ones may hold real promise.

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Steffani Dubats JD, Executive Director, Sales Satisfaction, Second Step, Inc.

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