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... I'm very new to caregiving and probably have a lot of questions I could ask, but one very important one at the moment is how to handle my mother being so cold all the time. ... (5 replies)
... d. A few years ago I lost 65 lbs. and almost froze that winter. Prior to that I was always too hot. Finally broke down and bought some "Cuddle Duds" longjohns at the department store. Hated to pay the price but it was well worth it. Cuddle Duds are light weight but warm as toast, smooth and comfortable. ... (5 replies)
... but we were so miserably hot, we had to make a change. The heat made us sick and grumpy, and that was not good for anybody. So, now the house is comfortable for us, and we keep throws and blankets around to cover them up when they complain of being cold. ... (5 replies)

... g that happened. She turned to me and said, "Ok, don't freak out about this..." and then she told me and her brother how she had been on an elevator at work with the host of one of the network's shows, and he suddenly pulled her over to him and kissed her on the cheek. ... (19 replies)
... Thanks for your advice. I took it yesterday as my mother actually did show up for my grandma's surgery. That gave us time to talk in private. I told her exactly how I felt and that I felt abandoned by the very people that promised to be of such great help. ... (4 replies)
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Aug 28, 2010
... But if you are good friends, and it seems you must be, then I'm sure your friend will let you know if you're overdoing it. She's going through a tough emotional time and while she needs a lot of support, she also needs time to herself. ... (2 replies)
... I have to give everyone an update...you are all so kind. Yesterday was a very bizarre day. The hospice nurse came on wednesday and said my mom was actively dying. ... (15 replies)
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Feb 29, 2008
... Hey Judith....I can certainly understand your feelings at this time. I have been caring for my mom for almost the past 10 years as her primary caregiver. ... (4 replies)
... pass heart surgery for blockages. The doctors told him he had "maybe 5 years to live". ... (8 replies)
... I can't believe his parents haven't taken charge of his care and insisted he come home and live with them! That is their child and he needs them! THEY are the ones that should be his caretakers since you are only the girlfriend... ... (15 replies)
... am looking for some type of support, but would also like to share my view points about caring for my Dad who is Diabetic.. Here goes.... I am 40 years old, full time Mom to 4 children, married and even have 2 cats!! ... (0 replies)
... d his body. Three years ago, he developed an ulcer on his left foot and a year later after having a surgeon trying to save it, it was taken off. I went through the surgery and the Rehab. with him or should I say, was just there for him. ... (11 replies)




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