If you are a caregiver and you find yourself getting angry frequently, I’d like to invite you to click on the link below to my article, “Unconventional Strategies for Coping with Caregiver Anger.” I wrote it for CaringTimes Blog just before the holidays, but I was so busy that I didn’t get a chance to share it on my own social media platforms.
Anger isn’t limited to a season. As a caregiver, you will most likely get angry about something almost every day. It may help to know that anger is a predictable response to a situation over which you have little or no control. So the question is not whether you will get angry. Rather, it is how you will choose to deal with it.
If you could use a chuckle and a little relief from the emotional stress of caregiving, please click on this link to read article Unconventional Strategies for Coping with Caregiver Anger.
For more information and support for dealing with caregiver anger, please click on this link to our caregiver survival videos: Coping with Caregiver Anger