YOU ARE NOT ALONE
Taking care of someone with dementia can be totally overwhelming. You feel like you’ve already lost the one you love, but they’re still here. You’re afraid they’re going to forget your name, or heartbroken that they already have. You don’t like feeling like a parent to your spouse or your parent, and are tired of everything feeling like a struggle. You feel guilty about wanting to get away, being exhausted, wishing it was over, for putting them in a nursing home. You love them with all your heart and hate to see them suffer. It’s too much.
I understand all too well the difficulty of adjusting to the “new normal” of dementia. I want you to still find meaning and connection with your loved one, even as memory and other abilities fade. I want your cup to be full enough so you continue to have what you need to give.
I want you to have hope and joy, even in the midst of the darkest days.
Whether you need one-time practical support or ongoing help navigating the roller coaster of caregiving, I would love to talk with you about what you're going through and how I can help.
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