Caregivers Find Support When They Have Time - Which Isn't Often
Posted May 14 2009 4:31pm
The wee hours. I started the habit of getting up at 4 a.m. during my most intensive caregiving days, as it’s the only way I could find peace and quiet. No demands. A time to connect with my soul and listen for universal guidance. It’s often all that’s kept me somewhat sane, though some may differ with me on the success of that last point. w, as moderator for the Agingcare forum, I see in black and white that I am not the only caregiver who operates in this fashion. I receive e-mail alerts when people post on the site and most come very late at night or very early in the morning (late night and early morning are subjective judgments and depend on individual mindsets, I have found). These days, when I sign into my e-mail around 5 a.m., the notifications from Agingcare.com string out like a list of people hoping to win the lottery.