Whether you’re caring for your partner, or someone else, the relationship dynamic that you have with the person you care for is likely to be impacted by your caring role.  You may not identify as a carer as such, and yet the role that you play impacts on how you may feel as a husband, wife, mother, son, friend, etc. 

Carers Trust have developed a guidance for relationships impacted by a caring role.  Whether you’d value tips on how to keep an intimate relationship with the person you care for when a sexual relationship may no longer possible, or whether it is the fractious arguments you have with your Mum when her dementia becomes too difficult, you may find the link below useful.