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What are some options?


If you were in this situation what would you do? Someone asked this to me, and it left me wondering what to say. A single person, on a small pension, not enough to live on, has no job, but has a hefty savings account. has no retirement funds in terms of a pension. an anxiety disorder and is a live in caregiver for a parent. wants independence, but is a loss of what move to make?

 

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cebutouristspot says

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    jaydene 4 years ago

    this is a bold move but i'm sure many have done this.

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Dr Freddie Haddox (Dr. Haddox) says

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    jodeci 4 years ago

    I agree with Dr. Haddox, burnout is so easy when you are a caregiver, I was also in a similar situation so you really don't need to worry about the cash/money situation yet, just make sure you budget, keep your expenses and spending low.

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    jaydene 4 years ago

    true enough the goal is to relieve pressure and gain independence. the parent will do fine on their own. :)

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