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You Become What You See

In Leaning Into Sharp Points, Practical Guidance and Nurturing Support for Caregivers, Stan Goldberg, PhD, he talks about the fact that a person with a terminal illness lives every minute with it. As the illness progresses, the room becomes filled … Continue reading

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Daffodils

I have a vivid memory of my first day at Kindergarten. My teacher’s name was Mrs. Grimm. As we walked in the room, she placed a little baby chick-shaped name tag on my blouse and said, “You are my little … Continue reading

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A Stranger

I went to the hairdresser this week. My objective was to get my hair cut short enough so that it would be “care-free”, because my job as a caregiver to my husband has escalated a bit. As I sat in … Continue reading

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