Providing care for a loved one is often a family affair. A recent MentalHelp.net article ("Working with Siblings Toward Caregiving Solutions," December 2014) explores how to make decisions as part of a family meeting:
It is not always easy to come to an agreement about how your loved one will be cared for. Family history and sibling rivalries can make caregiving complicated. A recent pbs.org article ("A sibling's guide to caring for aging parents," November 2014) provides communication strategies to work through conflicts and effectively share the decision-making:
How did you make caregiving decisions?