Life’s best lessons often emerge during caregiving role – MayoClinic.com

“The personal journey of each son or daughter in a caregiving role is rooted in past relationships.

The mother-daughter bond (for better or worse) is central to the lives of women. For most of us, our mother knows us in ways no one else does, or even can. Only our mother fully knows the events surrounding our birth, only she may hold certain details of our childhood, our awkward quirks, most embarrassing moments and the pivotal milestones in our life. For some of us, it’s our mother we look to, to share our joys, and who we turn to when we need to be comforted. So, when a daughter has a mother with Alzheimer’s, the grief can be immeasurable.”

Read more: http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/moms-with-alzheimers/MY02106/?utm_source=Alzheimers&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=TargetedNewsletter

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