New Year's resolutions

3 New Year’s Resolutions You Can Work On—Even When Your Child Is Sick

Today’s post features guest author Sean Akers, PsyD, a licensed clinical pediatric psychologist here at Children’s.

New Year’s Day might have come and gone, but that doesn’t mean you missed your chance to make New Year’s resolutions.

When you’re a caregiver to a child battling a serious illness, staying healthy and taking care of yourself should always be a priority. You can’t care for your child to the best of your ability if you haven’t taken care of your own well-being.

This year, resolve to take small steps to keep yourself healthy as you care for your child.

Not sure where to start? Try these three “get healthy, stay healthy” New Year’s resolutions.

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Christy Hogan
My background is in child development, and I use this knowledge to connect and build trust with patients and families. I’ve been a child life specialist for more than 20 years.

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