When Caregivers Need Caring

Up until six weeks ago, my husband was my full-time caregiver.  A heart attack turned that upside down in a hurry, but with the help of friends and then hired assistance we have figured it out, and life goes on.  Except that…

…expectations have changed;


…communication has broken down;


(Image from:  robliano.wordpress.com)

…we are both now trying to protect each other, neither of us essentially well, and therefore, stumbling in our efforts, and perhaps making things worse;


…and, some days, it just all sucks!



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Permission to write, paint, and imagine are the gifts I gave myself when chronic illness hit - a fair exchange: being for doing. Relevance is an attitude. Humour essential.

4 thoughts on “When Caregivers Need Caring

  1. No – it’s still a problem. Every time I try to access the Reader it takes me to the login screen which then takes me to the create a blog site – can’t figure it out.


  2. Sounds like you’re busy maneuvering recent changes, but I wanted to give you a heads up to check my blog for info on a free inner healing online summit starting 7/11. In the past you said you were not getting notified when I posted. Have you been able to resolve that?


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