In One Word, How Would You Describe Your Caregiving Experience?

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In One Word, How Would You Describe Your Caregiving Experience?

Denise
number-437919_640We usually take six words to define or describe. Today's take one word. (Note: A hyphenated word, like hair-raising, is still one word.)

In one word, how would you describe your caregiving experience? You can share as many one-word stories as you would like about what caregiving has been (or had been) like for you.

Mine are:

Enlightening


Infuriating


Stopping


Defining


What are yours? Share yours in our comments section, below.

 

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Judith Henry

Life-changing

Goldie

Welcome James Myers! I you have a restful evening and night. I have to say, I freaked out a little when I saw your name. You have the same name as my father, who is 91 years old and totally cool. His sense of humor has gotten me through a lot lately.

Lillie Fuller

honest!

Goldie

unrelenting\nexhausting

JEP

Challenging (of course)\nSuffocating (yeah, not fun)\nFulfilling (that old 'in sickness & in health' thang)\nExhausting (24/7 you're always on call)\nEducational (I could be a freakin nurse/therapist by now)\nResponsibility (why me? :P why NOT me?)

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