What is the real number of decisions you make daily if you are a caregiver?
As a caregiver, I’m willing to bet the number is higher than 35,000. Hopefully, most of them are harmless, like “What should I make mom for breakfast?” Or “Should I bring an umbrella when we go to the doctor appointment today?” The truth is, the decisions we make for and with our caree often don’t feel harmless.
The questions we need to ask ourselves are, what can I do to spread decision making around? When is the best time f day for me to make a decision? The link below introduces you to decision fatigue and offers answers to these questions.
Decision Fatigue is a real thing. To view this recording, enter passcode: G=sR+hh1 and click on play button.
Disclaimer: The material in this blog is for educational purposes only. It is not intended to replace, nor does it replace, consulting with a physician, lawyer, accountant, financial planner or other qualified professional.
Deb is available as a caregiver consultant. She will answer the question: “Where do I start?” and find the resources to alleviate your stress. If you would like to invest a half hour to learn how she can help you, please contact her at: Free 30 minute consulting call
Deb is the author of “Your Caregiver Relationship Contract.” This book explains how to have an intentional conversation and the how unspoken expectations can cause problems. Click here to learn more about Your Caregiver Relationship Contract.