Caring For Caregivers

  • It is okay to push business employees; a nudge is okay because they can view work as too many  items on a full plate anyway–they won’t be able to address everything. Some losses are acceptable.
  • Don’t push volunteers. Volunteers work on empathy and are motivated with opportunities for networking. Follow-ups are rare. Some losses are expected.
  • A caregiver becomes the butt-end for all pushing, losing, and isolations. “You catch more flies with sugar than with vinegar.” Care-receivers respond to life more favorably with caregiving companions than to sterile treatment like bugs under glass.
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