In Six Words, How Would You Describe Caregiving Guilt?

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In Six Words, How Would You Describe Caregiving Guilt?

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hammer-719066_640We sneeze and we feel guilty. Our sneeze means we could be getting sick, which means our caree could catch what we've got. And, that's just never good.

In caregiving, we regularly struggle with guilt. It can feel like the monster that grabs us in the middle of the night and the shadow that trips us during the day.

For this six-word story, let's describe caregiving guilt. Your story could be about the guilt you feel or have felt. It could be about the guilt you overcame or the guilt you wish would go away. Or, it could be the way you describe caregiving guilt to someone who has never felt it.

However you feel about the guilt you feel during caregiving, tell us about it in six words in our comments section, below. Feel free to share as many six-word stories about guilt as you'd like.

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Jean

I should, should have, should

anita0419

Why am I not patient enough?

Denise

Witness suffering without taking it away\nGoing to work, leaving Dad alone\nTelling parents painful truth--they can't

Lillie Fuller

Doing yardwork outside, Mom fell inside.

Lillie Fuller

Mom on floor, gooseegg on forehead!

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