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As a carer, you are likely to experience a wide range of emotions when caring. Many carers who speak to us say that caring can be extremely rewarding – but it can also be challenging. You may experience many different emotions, and one of the toughest ones to deal with is guilt.

In this video, Dr Joanna Griffin a Parent Carer and Counselling Psychologist, and author of Day by Day: Emotional Wellbeing in Parents of Disabled Children, speaks in detail about what guilt is, why carers might feel guilt from time to time, and how you can manage it.

During the video, Joanna draws on her experience as a parent carer however the information is relevant for carers who do not care for disabled children.

Many thanks to Dr. Joanna Griffin for sharing her time and expertise.

 

 

In the second video below, Dr. Joanna Griffin walks you through a simple exercise to help you manage feelings of guilt when they arise.

 

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