Five Days of Comfort: Ice

Denise

Five Days of Comfort: Ice

Denise
iceland-8383_640It's like a dreaded four-letter word melted into three -- ice.

You worry a caree will slip on ice and suffer what can't be suffered -- a break, an injury.

You worry that you'll hit a patch of ice which will put you out of commission. And, you can't be laid up. You just can't.

You can feel like you walk on thin ice, unsure of what's coming next, fretting you'll upset the delicate balance you try so hard to keep.

In caregiving, you can feel like you must to learn to walk on ice.

So, throw on the heavy boots with bottoms that make waffle marks in the snow, break out the ice grip walking stick. Maybe you've got to walk on ice but you don't need take the journey without the proper supplies.

You've got to make it through caregiving but you don't need live the experience without the proper support. Take us with you.

We'll take your hand as you walk across the ice.

When do you feel you're walking on thin ice?