Worrying is something that you’re definitely going to do if you’re a caregiver. You’ll worry about all sorts of issues, both realistic and unrealistic. It’s what you do about those worries that really matters.
“What if” Rarely Helps
It’s not Easy to Turn off These Thoughts
Write Your Worries Down
Will a Worry Spur You to Action?
It’s a lot easier to avoid worrying if you’ve got a plan you can follow. Work with your senior’s medical team and any other professionals who help her to come up with the most comprehensive care plan possible. This helps to reduce the likelihood that you’ll experience random worries from out of the blue.