The Caregiver

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A good friend of mine just started his blog and it’s already amazing! He’s a great writer with a powerful story. Read this entry and give him a follow!

One More Day

My greatest and worst job I never asked for…

The caregiver wears the hidden superhero costume under their clothes. They dare not show fear, never be scared, never shed a tear, even when it’s peaking out from the corner of his eye. You must be brave and courages at all times. The person your giving care to only needs to see this side of life.

But what happens when the care giving has to end? No more medicine to give them, no more needles to inject into their bruised skin, no more cleaning them, no more feeding them, no more waiting rooms, no more doctor appointments, no more seeing your loved one going through so much pain. What is our superhero to do?

The rush and intense feeling the caregiver gets when the treatment works and the medicine has no side effects. Your getting out of the hospital today! Your…

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4 comments

  1. Chris’ experience mirrored my own. Eight years of watching my vibrant other decline and reach her transition to the spirit realm, was a double time job. I moved away from judgmental people, both inside and outside of my family and only recently have re-connected with most of them. My sincerest condolences and well-wishes.

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  2. DutchIl says:

    Thanks for sharing… I can relate to the story as I became a caregiver for my late wife while helping her deal with cancer for 4 years…

    “I expect to pass through this world but once. Any good therefore that I can do, or any kindness that I can show to any fellow creature, let me do it now. Let me not defer or neglect it, for I shall not pass this way again”.. William Penn

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