Taking care of someone who has a blood cancer is not easy.
It is a role that is important and may continue for many months or even years. Over time, you may find the responsibilities of caregiving to be taxing on you physically and emotionally. You may neglect your own wellbeing because you are so focused on caring for your loved one. This is understandable, but in order to offer the best possible care for your loved one, you need to be healthy and well yourself.
You are not alone.
Know that the blood cancer community is here to support you every step of the way.
Dr. Ashley Margeson, ND and Dr. Jeremy Hayman, ND discuss the reality of caregiver burnout and how we can work to prevent it from happening. Participants will learn the signs of caregiver burnout, strategies for coping and recovering from giving a bit too much.