Sunday, August 9, 2015

Caregiving: A Burden So Heavy, Until It’s Gone - NYTimes.com

"When she died so suddenly, still issuing hilarious pronouncements and taking our teenagers’ side in generational disputes, I felt as if a madman had blown a hole through my own heart. Unmoored, I could not stop weeping. Caring for elders is like parenting toddlers — there’s a scan running in the background of every thought and every act, tuned to possible trouble. And there’s no way to shut it down when the worst trouble comes."



Caregiving: A Burden So Heavy, Until It’s Gone - NYTimes.com



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