Pills, Pills, and More Pills!

“I don’t want to take any more pills!” Have you heard that before? “Please don’t give me any more pills to take!” I hear this at every doctor’s visit. When your loved one has a chronic illness such as Parkinson’s Disease, it seems there is a new medication every time you visit the doctor –Continue reading “Pills, Pills, and More Pills!”

I wish I could tell you . . .

The purpose of this blog is to encourage and support those of you who care for someone with a chronic or degenerative disease. But the truth is that I receive encouragement and support from you, my friends, more than I feel I give. It is really true that in giving, I receive. I wish thereContinue reading “I wish I could tell you . . .”

Caregiver Guilt

While caring for my husband who has Parkinson’s Disease, I am constantly faced with the realization that I am not perfect. There are many times I feel like I’m just not cut out for this job because I cannot get everything right. That leads to feelings of guilt. Caregiver guilt. We know we have CaregiverContinue reading “Caregiver Guilt”