Except that it does.
As hard as it is to think about caregiving ending, I think the knowledge that it ends helps you let go of what doesn’t matter and hold on to what does. It’s tough, though, because the grind of caregiving can cover up what really matters. An insight from your future self about today’s priorities can be a helpful technique to use to reveal your priorities.
So, let’s pretend it’s a date in the future. It could be 2024, could be 2034. Choose a year that works for you. In this year in the future, we connect for lunch and I ask you: When you look back at your caregiving experience, what makes you most proud?
Share how you want to describe what you accomplished during your caregiving experience in our comments section, below.
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