Some of you are caregivers for elderly parents, an ill spouse, or a disabled child. You take care of the most intimate details and activities of daily living for those you love along with working, taking care of your own home, and any number of other responsibilities. And most caregivers do it with a smile as they keep pent up feelings inside. Feelings of fear, depression, anger, frustration, love, sadness, and every other feeling imaginable.
- Journaling may be an answer for you. Author b. lynn goodwin has written a book for caregivers called You Want Me To Do What?
In this book the author guides you as you find your voice and put the feelings you have about care giving on the page. Your story is unique and your situation is your story. This book helps you to validate what you feel and how much you care.
More about the book and other interesting articles and reviews can be found at http://www.writeradvice.com/ywmtdw.html
There is a wonderful review of the book by author Carolyn Howard- Johnson. This author/teacher has an informative website well worth checking into at
Check it out. If you are a caregiver, you may benefit from reading goodwin's book. Let me know how you like it.