Others Get Sick Too

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This has been one of those periods in time where I can’t seem to find time for myself. I’ve been in caregiver or worry wart mode for a couple of weeks.

My mother went through five weeks of radiation theraphy. Each day I checked on her, phoned her to make sure she was getting on okay. When a family member is ill, the burden is shared. You can see the ripple affects. Even if you are not there taking care of them, they weigh heavily on your mind each day. You worry about them. Are they eating? Are they taking their medication? Are they asking for help when they need it?

As the one who is usually sick or needing assistance, it’s somewhat strange to be thrown into the opposite role. One might not have the energy to do as much as is needed. It can be difficult measuring your capabilities and not working too hard.

My mother has finished her treatments and she’s getting back to normal.

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