Taking Care of Yourself
Carers have to sometimes make difficult decisions
There will be times when Carers are faced with difficult emotional decisions. Sometimes it’s been planned for, or the idea is at the back of your mind. You know what you want and expect.
Other times it’s completely unexpected and can leave Carers feeling out of control. You are left uncertain and maybe worried.
Planning can help. Thinking about decisions in advance can help Carers keep control so the emotional burden is easier because you know what you want to happen when it comes to the time.
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Managing your emotional wellbeing
It can often be difficult to adjust to the changes that being a Carer brings you and then there is the day to day that can bring about worries, fear, uncertainty, stress and having your voice heard.
Carers can access support through Carers Advocacy, counselling, bereavement services, support groups, Carers meetings, condition specific groups, campaign activities and lots of drop in cafes across South Lanarkshire.
- COUNSELING SERVICES
- SUPPORT GROUPS
- DROP IN CAFES
- CARERS MEETINGS