Sometimes as a caregiver, no matter how much we do, it seems like it's not enough. Even when people tell us we're doing a good job, we don't let that sink in and continue to have negative self-talk. Dr. Julie Davelman is a psychologist with Abrams Psychological Services in Tinton Falls, NJ. She works with caregivers to ease their burdens and strengthen their mental outlook during difficult times. Today, she gives me useful tips to handle the negative emotions of guilt and shame which I hope will help all caregivers in their day to day lives.