What I learned about love as a caregiver to an Alzheimer's patient
from The Huffington Post
"For seven years, I'd help my friend Ed get dressed and eat breakfast before I went off to work. But he'd soon call, desperately needing my help for some or other perceived crisis. I'd leave my job then return later. By afternoon, he usually had some other emergency, and I'd have to go out again. I'd return to work frazzled and try to finish some project with a looming deadline. It was a miracle I didn't lose my job. I'd fall into bed at night, exhausted, only to repeat my duties the next day," writes Marie Marley, an award-winning author.
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