Do you selflessly stay silent on important issues so you won't upset your spouse? Rather than letting opportunities pass you by, learn simple methods so you don't start widowhood behind the 8 ball. Read More
Trained since childhood to be selfless, caregivers become overly responsible and controlling—damaging themselves and their loved ones in the process. Recognizing and employing other options breaks this cycle. Learn 4 of these options that help couples restore their loving relationship. Read More
Do you think you worry more than other caregivers? Is your distress putting a wedge between you and your loved one? Learn which worries put many caregivers at their wit’s end and specific steps to quell them. Remove the wedge these frustrations put between you and your spouse, and return to a more peaceful and loving life together.
Your love’s serious injury or grave diagnosis can instantly shatter your life. You’ve never faced anything like this before, so where do you, as a caregiver, start? What should you be prepared for? And how do you deal with everything that’s rushing at you? Learn 4 simple methods that help you keep your life and your loving relationship intact.
Caring for a seriously ill spouse is an extremely stressful responsibility. No wonder caregivers often become angry, depressed, lonely, and confused. If caregiving is challenging your emotional well-being, here are some strategies to try. Read More
Diana B. Denholm, Ph.D., L.M.H.C., is a medical psychotherapist and the author of The Caregiving Wife's Handbook.