Tag Archives: caregivers

Legacy

This November I will be voting in my grandfather’s honor. Wouldn’t it be nice to elect someone who believes in science, respects women, honors the Constitution, and doesn’t bully people on a daily basis? Although my grandfather’s work filled everyone’s … Continue reading

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RANT

RANT to time changes. Washington has failed to continue in the fight for the end of twice-a-year time changes. At one point, pre-pandemic, this state had requested yearlong daylight saving time. That meant no more time changes. Somehow, we are still … Continue reading

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A Multiplied Love

When a woman in Karen’s church was diagnosed with ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease), things looked bad. This cruel disease affects nerves and muscles, eventually leading to paralysis. The family’s insurance won’t cover home care, and the … Continue reading

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The Guardian

In fairness, the mental load can be hard to off-load. The burden is more than just buying the jumbo pack of paper towels it’s knowing exactly how frequently the paper towels run out (and where coupons are) Its being the … Continue reading

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Caregivers

Unsurprisingly, caregivers are at increased risk for a host of health problems: depression, anxiety, arthritis, headaches, diabetes, back pain, weakened immunity, even cancer. They seldom have time or energy to focus on their own well-being. If they’re able to take … Continue reading

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