When a loved one dies, caregivers not only have to adjust to the loss of the person, but they also have to adjust to a life that is no longer centered on providing care. People sometimes have difficulty moving on because they feel like they have lost their purpose and identity.
The grief process for caregivers is complicated, and it’s important to understand that each person’s journey through it is unique. No two people will ever have exactly the same experience.
However, there are a few things that are true for every single person who loses someone they love:
1. There is no Richter Scale for grief. When someone you love dies, it doesn’t matter whether...Click to Read More