I've been hearing, lately from caregivers who feel invisible in the caregiving world - or worse - uncomfortable talking about their particular plight. These people read about adult children caring for their beloved parents who, it seems, were perfect caregivers themselves. This fully functional ideal doesn't reflect many people's view of their own families growing up. It is hard for most of them to forgive themselves for resentments that no one else in the caregiving world seems to be dealing with.
“I hold onto your book as a life preserver and am reading it slowly on purpose...I don't want it to end.” Craig William Dayton, Film Composer