Questions To Ask Yourself As Your Prepare for Caregiving
Our Parents Never Become Our Children

Grief Often Starts Long Before Death

Gradually, I recognized that I'd been grieving that whole decade. I'd been abusing myself by not giving myself some slack; by not recognizing that I had the needs of a grieving person. I did not treat myself as I would have treated a grieving friend.

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