As Caregivers, We Can Choose a Positive Mindset

As Caregivers, We Can Choose a Positive Mindset

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As Caregivers, We Can Choose a Positive Mindset

It’s all about the mindset. I suggest caregivers work on developing a positive mindset. It makes life much easier and more joyful. For instance, waiting in line is not fun for me. But I have learned to pray while I wait. What used to be annoying is now positive. In contrast, a negative mindset can make life dreary and lead to the mistreatment of others. That is important in the context of the Huntington’s community…

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