Video: Caregiving contributor Kelly Mack and her husband Richard Faust discuss what it means to be a caregiver for someone living with rheumatoid arthritis. While the misconceptions may be many (such as caring for someone with RA being too hard or very easy), they explain it is more about adapting to life with a certain condition and building a life as anyone normally would.

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