A Herd of Caregiving Support (Shelter Part Two)

Il

A Herd of Caregiving Support (Shelter Part Two)

Il
A herd of Herdwick sheep in Cumbria. A herd of Herdwick sheep in Cumbria. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


"Il, I am so sorry to hear about all the issues you are having with your dad and his, what seems to be lack of support for you looking for a job, dealing with all the issues you mentioned, but my thought was and maybe this was implied in your list (divorce, disability claims and depression) you didn’t mention taking care of your mother or even your dad. They may not need our help every single minute of the day, but they do need us there. Give yourself that employment status, it may not pay much “self gratitude” but sometimes that can beige valuable than a paycheck. If that’s makes sense? Be kind to yourself, you always have your own back and we will provide a few dozen ears. So lets hear what you have to say?"

Well, @kreisler, you asked for what I have to say and what you've said above is what I have to say! Add to that:

2. I say @kreisler and anyone else, read my next blog after Shelter and Chasing Tigers. Can't remember what I said in latter but  you’ve hit the nail on the head and I hope you don’t mind me quoting you! I say thank you for the validation that I’m working five jobs even though they don’t pay and I hope all the positive feedback here will lead to monetary pay in a publish of my blogs  (oooooh that was hard to type that I'm worthy of publishing and people listen to what I say!).  I say I get so very angry with my father for lack of validation. I say I'm so very tired working five jobs.  I say and anyone please send  me a calming link for meditation? I'm wiped out.

Always,

il

P.S. My mom's dementia is much more pronounced at the moment. Hugs please.

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