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Caring for a Dying Loved One: Your Mental Health

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Caregivers are more likely to have depression, anxiety, reduced quality of life, and chronic stress that can lead to other health problems. You must take care of yourself in order to care for someone else. If you provide care for a seriously ill loved one, learn how it can affect your mental health, and what you can do to help yourself.

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