The tight quarters of caregiving can leave you feeling cramped.
You share space with strangers, in your home, in the hospital, in the doctor’s office. And, those you don’t know now know the details of your life, include all those dirty ones. These strangers can feel like the enemy.
Wouldn’t it be nice to just say, “I’m not sharing my space and my life with you any longer.” And, then they walk out the door.
The strangers in your space can also mean the solutions in your life. Welcome strangers by looking for the familiar–they’ll have something in their stories that will resonate with you.
Let go of the frustration over the space and details they share with you. Let in the possibility of a perspective that more help will make your days easier. With a perspective of how much help you have, you may find that your quarters feel like money in the bank.
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