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A Writer’s Review for 2020

By: Donna | 0 Comments | | Category: Blogging, caregiver, Everyday Life, Health, Quarantine, Writing | Tags : , , ,

A Writer's Review

A Writer’s Review for 2020 This writer’s review for 2020 will reveal some progress and some sadness. We will catch up on the man in the chair, an incredibly sad event that took place and missing a special person. Also, counting on others. Along with everyone living during a weird ... more

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Relying on Others Was Not Easy!

By: Donna | 5 Comments | | Category: Blogging, caregiver, Quarantine | Tags : ,

Relying on Others Was Not Easy!

Stay Home is what they said, keep the virus away from low immune patients and children with asthma and elders more

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Caregiver Responsibilities Emotions &Thoughts

By: Donna | 0 Comments | | Category: caregiver, Everyday Life, Writing | Tags : ,

Caregiver Responsibilities Emotions and Thoughts

The caregiver now eats alone most meals. Keeps busy in the condo most of the day alone as he sleeps. This April brings thoughts of what I Wish Everyone Knew About Caregivers & Illness and The Risks In An Unknown World more

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Overwhelmed by Solitude

By: Donna | 13 Comments | | Category: Everyday Life, Short Stories, Writing | Tags : ,

Overwhelmed by Solitude

I am always Overwhelmed with Solitude. There is two specific reasons for this Overwhelming feeling. more

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Emotions By The Water

By: Donna | 1 Comment | | Category: Heart, Soul, Short Stories, Writing | Tags : ,

Emotions By The Water

I am not speaking for every widow or widower; everyone deals with this path in life in their own ways. more

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Risks In An Unknown World

By: Donna | 0 Comments | | Category: caregiver, Everyday Life | Tags : ,

Risks For A Caregiver & Patient In An Unknown World!

Respiratory germs are tough on a healthy individual. A COPD patient it is a frightening thought that something can cause the end of life. Understanding modes of germ transmission, you can protect your health and that of the people around you. That is why a caregiver is always managing the ... more

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