Caregivers Grieving After Losing A Loved One


Becoming a caregiver can be daunting, but losing the one you love most after a certain amount of time you have been caring for them can hit one hard and be very painful. This is normal and many deal with their grief in different ways. But what you need to remember is now that you no longer are a caregiver, you must take care of yourself!

Watch as AARP’s Caregiving Expert, Amy Goyer, gives us the inside scoop on the different ways to grieve and how to relieve the pain you may feel. She also gives great advice of when one should seek professional help to make the grieving process progress into a more positive release versus negative.

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Allison Espiritu graduated from the University of Washington with a bachelor's degree in journalism. For five years she worked as a reporter focused on local government, schools, and community news at a number of Washington publications such as the Seattle Times, Ballard News Tribune, West Seattle Herald, and Snoqualmie Valley Record. She began working at GreaterGood in 2012, progressing to the position of Web Content Program Manager.
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