ID

350-230 (FCS-129)

Authors as Published

Nancy Brossoie, Center for Gerontology, Virginia Tech

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When caregivers are asked to talk about the stress in their lives, they frequently identify their emotions first rather than a specific problem or situation. While recognizing emotions is an important step to maintaining positive emotional health, identifying the situations or events that are problematic is the key to managing stress and preventing caregiver burnout.


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Publication Date

February 15, 2019