Be kind. Don’t worry about that which is beyond control. Caregivers must be bold and possess a certain type of blindness – acceptance of the inevitable will imbue you with gratitude for uncertainties. The only thing beyond hope is “giving up”.

Open the Menu. Find the tab for the Caregiver’s Manual for Men and then read it. Create new awareness of opportunities.

I will attest to the fears and beliefs of caregiving which exist only in our minds. In fact, now that I am (at least temporarily) out of the active time-consuming caregiver role I decided that this MLBerg’s ITN blog is at a good stopping point (i.e. I record edits of only minor tweaks – contributions are for the energetic).

Less imperative reflections continue on https://existsinmymind.wordpress.com/.

We’ve got to support the next generation. How could I  say it more plainly than this?


4 Responses to Home

  1. Georgia says:

    I think this is true. After doing this type of work for very long time I can tell you that it’s always left in the hand of the receiver. Either you do the work and you figure it out and move on with your life or you don’t. No one can do it for somebody else even if we all think we want to help each other to that extent. When it comes down to it you are your own guide with your own belief systems your own tenacity. It is up to you. The information is out there if people want help. But the desire to do that is entirely in the hands of the person.

  2. Georgia says:

    I will say that I have met people long the way they have inspired me to push on. It’s rare but when you meet somebody with that energy you may change your life trajectory if you’re listening. I hope to be that person to other people. And I got some confirmation yesterday from a friend of mine that that may be the case for some people I come in contact with. Even if it’s only 1% return It’s worth it to try to help other people. But they still have to do the work.

  3. Sharmishtha says:

    hey! was checking out your blog after reading a comment you left in 2018! most of your posts don’t allow comments so….

  4. mlberg says:

    Thank you Sharmishtha. I didn’t realize that option was turned off. Sorry for my lack of awareness.

    PS: Just found out I don’t actually know how to turn it back on!

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