During the family caregiving years, there can sometimes be a blurry line between being a supportive guide for our loved ones and an arm-twisting bully who insists on cooperation with getting tasks done. We should rarely put tasks over our relationships. But in the on-rush of care demands, creeping bullying can still occur. In this presentation, psychologist, healthcare consultant and author Barry J. Jacobs, Psy.D. will share ideas for being an effective family caregiver who is motivating, not bossy.