It’s not contagious!

It’s really not contagious.

My story of being a caregiver

Someone once said that when things go bad for you, you will find out who your true friends are because, they will stand by you. I always thought it was a ridiculous notion. We have a strong family and great friends. So when we told them that my husband has cancer, I just knew we’d have their support. We got a lot of lip service, “If you need anything at all, don’t hesitate to call us.” It seemed reassuring then but, now not so much. Don’t get me wrong, I’m sure that if we asked them for help, we’d get it. That’s not my point.

It’s difficult to stay positive, when everyone has scattered to the four winds. People we were close to, suddenly became too busy to talk, or didn’t have time to visit with us. It’s hard for us to understand how people that we spent so much…

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