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Her Hallmark movies end happily ever after. How this actress finds hope in the real-life story of her father’s dementia
She ultimately gave up the guilt and accepted that her best was good enough.
Even as the actress’s father’s dementia worsened, their relationship deepened
As the primary caregiver for her husband with Alzheimer's, she struggled to take time for herself. But a restorative sanctuary was just blocks away.
Ruth Drew of the Alzheimer’s Association shares advice, including how to build a support network and taking time for yourself.
We do not need to seek to become unique or rehearse to become diverse. God made us that way.
Guideposts reader, Alamo, Texas
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