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Isn’t it great when someone comes along and pats you on the back and says, “You’ve done a terrific job. A job well done. You are superb. You are the man (or woman).” It really makes one feel all warm … Continue reading
Posted in caregiving, eldercare, encouragement Tagged a thankless job, affirmation, caregiving, caring for a loved one, caring for others, caring for someone who doesn't care, caring for your parents, daily affirmation, dog gone it people like me, doing a thankless job, eldercare, employees and employers, encouragement, insecurity, not getting enough praise, people who complain all the time, reaping what you sow, selfishness, sowing and reaping, the law of sowing and reaping 2 Comments
Find your happy place, Happy!
One of my husbands’ favorite movies is “Happy Gilmore” a story about a rowdy boy, who was raised by his grandmother. He wants to be a hockey player but isn’t because of one thing, he can’t skate. When his grandmother’s … Continue reading
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