Month: January 2019

They call it “Showtime”

It’s the mystery for caregivers across the world.  Your loved one is confused, sees things, is up all night, is stuck on knowing which home they are in even when they are home, and then a visitor comes. When a friend or relative comes, it’s like they don’t have any symptoms at all.  Their clear-minded, socialable, laugh and things are like normal.  And then as soon as that person leaves, your loved one falls right back into their state of confusion. Huh? It makes it difficult because other family members don’t see what the big deal is.  “There’s nothing...

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Jesus’ brothers and John and His Mother

When Jesus’ mother was at the foot of the cross, his brothers and sisters were nowhere around.  It’s why on the cross he gave John the responsibility of caring for his mother, and his mother a son.  Just because someone has siblings does not mean they are helping to carry the load.  Be...

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