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How to Practice Caregiver Self-Care on the Cheap for COVID-19 and Beyond

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We parents hear time and again that if we don’t take care of ourselves, we can’t take care of our children. It’s been said so many times because it is true!

Until recently, I thought self-care was too expensive, too exhausting, and too time-consuming. Before children, I had hobbies and engaged in self-care every day.

After children, that dropped drastically. Once my children were diagnosed with their disabilities (autism and stroke), self-care dwindled to just about nothing.

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