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The month after my mother's death, I noticed what I thought was a new freckle on my leg, but when I got it checked out by a doctor, we discovered that it was malignant melanoma. Whether it is family support, professional assistance or community resources, please consider asking for help. Not wanting others to think poorly or talk badly about us, we try to protect our perceived reputation and don't express our true feelings. 4. Recently, one of my clients, Caroline, set a reasonable boundary with her lie-in mother. I encouraged her to explain the situation to her mother and to find alternative ways for her mother to get connection with others. When caring for an elderly parent, we need all the energy, rejuvenation time and emotional stamina we can muster. Fear that your boundary will not be honoured or respected and you won't know how to stand your ground. I gladly took a leave of absence from work and went with her to chemotherapy treatments, surgeries, doctor's visits, and hospital stays. For her, this meant having about 45 minutes of alone time while sitting in her favourite chair sipping tea and reading the newspaper - uninterrupted.

Caroline is fortunate, she has two older daughters who live fairly close by and she asked them to share in the care giving responsibilities. The simple answer is FEAR. Since many of us have been taught to avoid hurting people's feelings at all costs, we repress our desires and comply - hurting ourselves instead. 3. If I had to pick just one skill that is most crucial in supporting caregivers in maintaining their overall sense of health and well-being, it would be SETTING BOUNDARIES. No matter what time of day you decide on, make sure to communicate this new boundary with love, not as a way to vent about the past. Fear that your boundary will not be honoured or respected and you won't know how to stand your ground. She informed her mother that she needed decompression time when she returns home from a full day's work. By setting boundaries, we actually have MORE to give because our emotional and physical tank is full, rather than empty. Why do we have such a hard time setting boundaries?

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More than 60 were injured in the blast, carried out on a tent in a crowded market in a northern district of the city. So-called Islamic State (IS) claimed responsibility for the attack. Many Shia pilgrims are taking part in mourning rituals commemorating the killing of the Prophet Mohammed's grandson, Hussein, in the 7th Century. Reports say a militant detonated a suicide vest in the tent at lunchtime, when it was full of pilgrims. IS said in a statement, published through the messaging service Telegram, that the attack on Saturday was carried out "in the middle of a gathering" in the Shaab area of Baghdad. BBC Middle East editor Sebastian Usher says Sunni militants have long used such pilgrimages as targets for attacks causing large scale casualties. This year, IS revived its bombing campaign in Baghdad killing hundreds of people, in what is seen as a response to the group's loss of much of its territory in Iraq. In July, a lorry packed with explosives was detonated in central Baghdad's popular shopping district of Karrada in what was the deadliest single bomb attack in Iraq since 2007. The latest attack comes as Iraqi forces prepare for an offensive in northern Iraq on Mosul, the last IS-held major city in the country.

The simple answer is FEAR. Fear that we will look selfish or uncaring. Set certain times for yourself when others know that you will not be available to them. Fear that we will hurt the other person's feelings. The month after my mother's death, I noticed what I thought was a new freckle on my leg, but when I got it checked out by a doctor, we discovered that it was malignant melanoma. For without our health, we will not able to help anyone else. Fear that your boundary will not be honoured or respected and you won't know how to stand your ground. Examples of common fears: 1. Whether it is family support, professional assistance or community resources, please consider asking for help. I gladly took a leave of absence from work and went with her to chemotherapy treatments, surgeries, doctor's visits, and hospital stays.