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The Lesson Learned From Someone Else’s Loss
The voice inside my head starts talking loudly every time I drive to the gym. It says things like, “I hate exercising inside on such a nice day. What’s the point when all it seems to do is make me … Continue reading
Posted in behavior, Caregivers, Disabilities, Grief, Inspiration, Lessons from others, Life's Losses, My story, Uncategorized Tagged caregiver, disability, exercise, grief, gym, HGTV, life lesson, pain, Property Brothers, weight machine, wheelchair, woman 3 Comments
Through the Eyes of a Caregiver
Pushing my mother’s wheelchair down the long corridor, post-operative healing complete; mom begins the radiation therapy advertised to kill the remaining cancer cells. The smiling, hopeful sounding receptionist welcomes us to the overcrowded waiting area; single serving coffee and hot … Continue reading
Posted in Caregiving Confessions Tagged African-American, book, cancer, caregiver, caregiving, couple, empathetic, healing, radiation, radiation burn, receptionist, stamina, tears, torture, waiting area, wheelchair 4 Comments