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The Dr. Ruth Interview  (Page 4 of 4)

An Interview with Dr. Ruth


Dr. Ruth: Right. And then you have an obligation even to start new relationships. Iím not just talking about sex. Iím talking about just human relationships. You canít just sit there.

Gary Barg: What would be your one most important piece of advice that youíd like to leave family caregivers with?

Dr. Ruth: I think the most important thing is not to feel guilty. Itís not your fault. Itís not anything that you have done. And then, take it from there. Because if you start to feel guilty that you should be home, that you should be the only caregiver, you are going to run out of steam. So if I would have to choose one thing, itís that.


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