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By Robert M. Oliva, ND, LMSW Clarity of thought, focus, and stable emotions are characteristics that can help any overwhelmed caregiver meet the needs of caring for a loved one. Unfortunately, under the stress of caregiving, these qualities are often in short...
By Robert M. Oliva, ND, LMSW Having a loved one diagnosed with a serious chronic illness can have far-reaching effects on the patient and on every member of the caregiver’s family. A loved one’s illness can descend like a tidal wave filled with shock, anger,...
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On October 29, 2012, my mother and father (ages 89 and 90 respectively), were displaced from their home, courtesy of Hurricane Sandy.
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