@deniseactive 6 minutes ago
You can write about each separately in three separate posts. You can write about all three in one post. You can write sentences using all three words. Or, if you prefer, you can share your prose by leaving a comment, below. In essence, you can write about…[Read more]
Over the years, I’ve written about research which makes me nuts because it researches the obvious. I think research should help–it should uncover a solution, an insight, a better way. I am particularly frustrated about research related to the caregiving experience. Family caregivers need help–they need research studies which help them feel…[Read more]
Hi–I think you are just doing awesome. I love how you consider suggestions and ideas and then decide what’s right for you and your mom.
What a touching story about your friend who cares for his father. I’m always amazed at stories like this. I often think it’s a story of how much we can love ourselves. That by loving ourselves we can…[Read more]
Hi Dianne–We totally understand. Please feel free to join us–you can start blogging (which is very much like writing what you just wrote) and ask for suggestions. You also can post a question in our Q&A section (guests can post a question so you don’t have to join): http://www.caregiving.com/questions/
I think it’s a relief to be in a…[Read more]
Ah, interesting. There’s something else, too. We often criticize others who have a trait that we see in ourselves. We can’t love or hate a trait in another without loving or hating that same trait in ourselves. I try to remember this–that when I’m critical, I really need to look at myself.
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