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Why and when denial is good for caregivers

Caregiving can be extremely demanding, and sometimes the best solution is to temporarily ignore or forget the ailing health of your loved one in order to concentrate fully on being present and joyfyul. Sherri Snelling, executive director at Keck Medicine of USC gives insight to when it’s healthy for caregivers to be in denial–and when it’s time to accept the facts.