In Six Words, What's Your Caregiving Story?


In Six Words, What's Your Caregiving Story?

Every week we write six-word stories about our caregiving experience.

Once in while, we write our six-word caregiving story. Because our experience changes, so do our stories. I thought it would be a good idea to write and update our six-word caregiving stories. For this six-word story, write about what happened that got you to this place in time. Here's mine:

I let go, learn to live.

You can write as many six-word caregiving stories as you'd like. Here are more of my stories:

Ostomy bag (dad), cane (mom): Survival.

Parents' strong will proves me wrong.

Three siblings help, one goes AWOl.

Share your six-word caregiving stories in our comments section, below. I look forward to reading your stories and am so grateful you share!

Like this article? Share on social


Sign in to comment

Hardest job, caring for dying sister.


Relentless Caregiving Keeping My Mom Safe.


Started with Parkinson's then Hip Fracture.


Parkinson's, CKD3, Dysphagia, Neuropathy, Peg Tube.


I don't know who I am.

See more comments