Paul Prather, who has been a caregiver, says, “You must take care of yourself first to continue taking care of someone else. That’s not being selfish; it’s being realistic.”
Paul Prather, who has been a caregiver, says, “You must take care of yourself first to continue taking care of someone else. That’s not being selfish; it’s being realistic.” Elizabeth Flores TNS
Paul Prather, who has been a caregiver, says, “You must take care of yourself first to continue taking care of someone else. That’s not being selfish; it’s being realistic.” Elizabeth Flores TNS

Speaking from experience, I offer this advice on caregiving

January 29, 2017 07:28 AM