31 thoughts on “When They Don’t Understand

  1. ((Hugs)) Your level of compassion and caring shines through every day, but especially in situations like these.

    You do what you can , with the tools that you have, but just admitting this shows how deeply you care on the “human” level.

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  2. Sometimes you have to do the job because you know it must be done, Colleen. The people on the other end … they won’t always appreciate it, we know that. I hear your pain, my friend, and I know you know the rules of the game.

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  3. As a Person With Dementia still able to read (up to slightly lower than 6th-grade) I want to say “Thank you”. I can’t really follow what is going on but I can tell that it hurts and you are trying to do the best for people you care about. Thanks. My read/write abilities took a recent crash, but you said you might want to check other’s blogs. Mine is at http://www.truthfulkindness.com. Truthful Loving Kindness is my full legal name because it reminds me what I want my life to be about — not my disabilities.

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    • Thank you Truthful Loving Kindness. We all should learn from you. To realize what our lives are about….not what each of our disabilities are. I admire this greatly. And I appreciate your feedback here.

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