Apology To A Caregiver

Please forgive me for not following up on my own advice to Adopt A Caregiver. There you were far from home stuck in a hotel room while your wife lay in the hospital in critical condition. I imagine you were frustrated, lonely, worried and alone.

Please forgive me for not following my own advice to Adopt A Caregiver. I’m going to try to contact you this week, and find out how you really felt. I hope you will open up to me and vent, and tell it like it was for you during those very long weeks, or maybe it was more than a month, I’m not sure.

I published Behind The Mask, so everyone would know what it feels like to stand in a caregivers shoes, hoping then they would go out and Adopt A Caregiver in their own community.

Remember, community is where you live, work, play, and go to school, church or synagogue. It’s all a community. I will be talking to high school kids soon, and I will let you know how that works out too. I know there are kids in school who are caregivers, and my heart goes out to them. They think no one understand what they are going through, and they can’t come out to play with ther friends. How alone and lonely they must feel.

We have to change that. Caregivers are to be admired, not shunned.

Give the gift that lasts forever and costs nothing. Adopt A Caregiver, and tell them your friend Helene sent you.

Keep love and kisses in your life. Helene


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