So, how can you possibly bother another with your problems?
In caregiving, you can feel perpetually bothered. Bothered by pesky bill collectors, a forgetful caree, a demanding responsibility.
You know what it’s like to be bothered. So you don’t want to bother.
Except… You have too much stirring around in your soul to not bother. You want to share what you just saw or what the doctor just said or what your caree just did.
You can bother us. Tell us what just happened, or what you just thought, or what you just suppressed.
For us, it’s no bother.
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- When Have You Staged a Caregiving Sit-In? (caregiving.com)
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