Every year, on March 8th, International Women’s Day is celebrated around the world to remember the movement for women’s right, as well as the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women.
The word ‘Easter’ immediately springs a few things to mind; yellow chicks, bunnies, excited children and lots and lots of chocolate. But while this all may sound very exciting for some, the holidays are not something we all look forward to.
We all like to think we could do anything to help our loved ones during their time of need. However, it is the sad reality that many unpaid carers are putting their own health at risk through their devotion and commitment to helping others.