and finally…

Garcia, Veronica
September 2007
PN;Sep2007, Vol. 61 Issue 9, p74
Trade Publication
The article discusses the author's sentiments on being a caregiver. She mentions the emotional and physical aspects of being a caregiver. She stresses that the biggest problem of being a caregiver is depression. She emphasizes that being a caregiver to her spouse puts their marriage vows to the test.


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