When I first started out as my mother’s sole caregiver, I did not know much about comfort and care. After 19 years, I appreciate the privilege of having been with her until she took her last breath. None of it was a chore to be completed. We just led a quiet life. There is nothing high tech about being with the infirmed-giving comfort is a low priority in our society.
As I age, I am more grateful. People, known and unknown, have sacrificed on my behalf.
You are insightful. Frequently, caregiving is seen in terms of aging. The disabled, the mentally ill, and any one may be in need. Thank you for connecting.
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