Signs of Caregiver Burnout, and Strategies to Combat Stress

  • You’re angry and frustrated at the person you’re caring for
  • You’re experiencing fatigue and increased difficulty in completing simple tasks
  • You have trouble concentrating and find yourself forgetting things
  • You are in denial about your loved one’s condition
  • You’re experiencing health problems
  • You’re irritable and moody
  • You’re isolating yourself from friends, family and activities that you used to enjoy

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