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What a very thoughtful hub. My elderly father has cancer and is partially both deaf and blind so I read this with him and my mother in mind. You have given so many suggestions for way to support that although not all your apply in every case, there will be some suggestions here for anyone in this this situation. I love your last suggestion best of all. And hugs are a great way to show this too, whenever possible. Voted up and sharing this! Sadie 14 thanks for reading! I think sometimes the caregiver suffers just as much as the person who is sick. In fact, I recently did an article about caregiving for elderly folks, and was told by a staff member of a personal care home that when the patients arrive, they are often in better shape than their caregivers. 6 years ago from U.S. All of this stuff is soooo helpful when someone is sick. When my grandma had cancer she appreciated all of the food and help that people brought.
It’s also great that you thought of things to do for the caregiver also to show your apprecation. Thanks billybuc. Alzheimer’s is such a devastating disease, for the sufferer and also for family and friends. It’s so hard to know what someone needs most, but if we just do our best and listen when they do tell us, that’s something. I’m sure your friend appreciates you and all you do. Lawrence Da-vid, you’re right, emotional support can be the most beneficial kind. I think often people who are sick are so concerned about burdening their families that they keep those emotions and concerns inside. Just listening, if they care to talk, without trying to offer false hope or cheer them up, is invaluable. My best friend is fifty and has Alzheimer’s and it is an ugly way to die and I feel helpless, but his attitude about life is great and I just do what I can to help him through his days. Great hub and thank you young lady! Being with a terminally ill loved one is difficult at best. Just being there for them is a start. Showing care, consderation, love, compassion. Medically, chemicals issued by a physician may ease the direct pain of illness, but mentally, no medication for the exception of over-dosing of morphine, or enducing coma, will cease the concern of the coming end. The end. Finis. Gone. That’s a tough thing to understand, even with the most logical mind.
You are correct, I did leave that crucial part of history out and I shouldn’t have. Thank you for adding it as you did. I agree, that was a big shaper of the Russian psyche. Great work on your part. I figured this sad tale could use a bit of levity. Thanks much for reading and for your fine comments. — Thank you for being my first reader! And I very much appreciate the kind things you said in your comment. To see that reaction makes it all worthwhile. If I ever need a researcher, I know who to get in touch with! Russia sure has gone through a lot! Elizabeth the Great was a naughty girl! Again James, a well written hub. I’m not a Russian history buff but some of this information was very interesting. The people of Russia have suffered greatly. Though they enjoy a brief respite, I’m sorry to say I believe there will be rough days ahead. Thanks James for a fine historical hub. Great hub James. You have an interesting parallel comments. If people only learn from the history. With some discrepancies, of course. But what I personally like and you got it absolutely right describing the October revolution of 1917 as “They wanted Hope—and Change”. Doesn’t it sound familiar? I always compare Obama’s election campaign and unfortunately his present administration with “Changes” in Russia in 1917. Some people there wanted Change and they got it, and actually they still paying for that! James, thanks for bringing into live a great nation that is undergoing a prosperity because of their unique way of being. I adore this hub. It’s an instant treat!
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