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Tuesday, 10 May 2016

40-60% of caregivers of dementia patients suffer from ‘significant stress’: TTSH study


Read? 40-60% of caregivers of dementia patients suffer from ‘significant stress’: TTSH study


This one is scary!

Got money also no use.



8 comments:

  1. Tell me about it!

    All I want to share is I'm glad I have siblings.

    If I'm the only child, I would have been broken long ago...

    I'm thankful for my 2 days of "rest" during weekends.


    Those of you planning for only 1 child, well, I better hold my tongue...

    I'm just glad I have siblings.

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    1. "Those of you planning for only 1 child, well, I better hold my tongue..." said the man who is still single..... oops, you kay poh!

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    2. Hence I held my tongue ;)

      Who is the "kay poh" who tried to finish my sentence?

      Wink.

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  2. On the other hand, too many siblings not necessary a good thing.
    When none of them has any filial piety then you will see a lot of Taichi or everyone no eye see(pretend not to know anything).
    Whereas as the only child, you resign to your fate early and force yourself to be responsible without even considering about filial piety.

    It's indeed very soul taxing to be a care giver where you don't see any light at the end of the tunnel.
    This is where your religious faith can sustain you when you feel hopeless.
    And help you not to sink to the level of depression.
    So that you are able to carry on your "mission as a care giver".

    If base on your own human spirit, i wonder is there such a person?
    If there is , he/she must be very, very magnanimous and steadfast.

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    1. temperament,

      That is true. Maybe its' not the number of children we have...

      We reap what we sow.

      If we "outsource" child upbringing to maids or child care centres, since there's no emotional bonds, don't act surprise if our children "return the favour" by hiring professional caregivers or send you to nursing homes.


      For our case, all of us siblings do it willingly as mom was always there for us. You don't see me talk a lot about dad as he's wasn't around most of the time...

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  3. Yeh!
    Was like one at the age of 53.
    But we are talking about care giver.
    It is many times more difficult.
    Mentally it is very taxing and stressful.

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    1. Totally different mindset. In children, we are looking at hope and bright future ahead but for elderly care it is like getting more and more helpless and dimmer ahead. Mentally taxing and stressful. :-(

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