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Healthiness Is In Your Hands

Hope for the Caregiver / Peter Rosenberger
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January 20, 2022 3:30 am

Healthiness Is In Your Hands

Hope for the Caregiver / Peter Rosenberger

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January 20, 2022 3:30 am

Healthiness In Your Hands

The neediness of an infirmed loved one frequently obscures a caregiver's fatigue, stress, and dangerous health patterns. Moreover, even if noticing the caregiver's exhaustion and strain, the warning signs can often go unheeded. Usually armed only with love and a sense of responsibility, caregivers recklessly deplete themselves physically and emotionally while caring for a vulnerable loved one. Passion and commitment are admirable, but how long can the patient "feel better" at the caregiver's expense?

When faced with chronic impairments, love and responsibility accomplish more when directed to the caregiver's well-being first. However, many caregivers postpone healthy physical, emotional, and even sound fiscal decisions for themselves while in the throes of caregiving. Since no one else, particularly a sick or medicated individual, can lead the efforts toward one's own healthiness, the responsibility of a healthy lifestyle remains solely in the caregiver's hands.

Addressing the caregiver's needs (not wants) isn't selfish. Quite the opposite – it helps ensure that the impaired loved one's care is in the hands of a healthier caregiver.

“…take responsibility for being the healthiest person you can be - no one else is going to do it for you.” – Dr. Mehmet Oz

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This Peter Rosenberger this is your caregiver minute the neediness of an infirmed love one frequently obscures a caregiver's fatigue, stress and dangerous health patterns.

Moreover, even if noticing the caregivers exhaustion and strain. The warning says can often go unheeded, usually armed only with love. Since responsibility caregivers recklessly deplete themselves physically and emotionally while caring for vulnerable love, passion and commitment are admirable, but how long can the patient feel better at the caregivers experience when faced with chronic impairments, love and responsibility accomplish much more when directed to the caregivers will being first. However, many caregivers postpone healthy physical, emotional, and even sound financial decisions for themselves while in the throes of caregiving.

Since no one else particularly a sick or medicated individual can lead the efforts towards one's own healthiness the responsibility of a healthy lifestyle remains solely in the caregivers hands addressing the caregivers needs, not once, but needs isn't selfish. Quite the opposite. It helps ensure that the impaired level of care is in the hands of a healthier caregiver. Dr. Oz once said, take responsibility for being the healthiest person you can be no one else is going to do it for you. This is been your caregiver minute with Peter Rosenberger brought to you by standing with hope. A ministry for the wounded and those who care for them.

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