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      Dagmar Munn
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      Our caregivers can opt to take a time-out, but for the person living with ALS, there’s no opportunity to “take a break,” no “days off” and no convenient respite program; ALS is a 24/7 condition.

      What about when you both feel burned-out? Use the discussion questions at the end of this blog post to gain a better understanding of the emotional needs you both bring to each day.

      Do you take time to share feelings with your caregiver? Do you take their feelings into consideration? Did these questions give you good ideas to help your next conversation together?

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