You’ve reached the new Home Page of MLBerg’s ITN blog. How did you start? Did you come from this site: https://thehardwayforgiven.wordpress.com/? I don’t know what brings you here, but if search terms do it they could have been any of these:
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I wish that the solution to becoming a better caregiver were already worked out.
I struggle with forgiveness. Everyone reacts differently to stress. Illness left me a scattered and helpless man. It broke apart my family. And it’s all good. We came back together stronger than ever!
Nobody should have to gain acceptance the way that we did. There’s no denial that cancer ate at Linda; later Alice got sent to the Big House and I gave up – but we all learned to support each other and changed for the better.
There are two facets in the problem with giving advice to male caregivers: collection and distribution. On this blog I tried very hard to record accurate content and to preserve context which gives correct examples of how difficult it is to become a better caregiver. Quite possibly only I can relate to much of it. I entertained the notion that everyone who made their way here could find something to glean which would make better caregivers. But that’s not right – you have to do it yourself. Don’t take my word for it – compose your own system fot improving care.
Develop a genuine concern to become a better caregiver. Find hope – it is a daily journey. And embrace changes. If you wish to Browse the Menu and follow the links, seeking meaningful resources – then do so – that will be fine. But when you are able, create road maps and outline the ways for others to recover from this difficult state in life.
Please try to understand this: Caregiving is for everyone.