This is so beautiful. My mum is a heavy set Maori woman. She had a stroke and I found her, she was lucky to live but was left completely paralyzed on the left side. When you’re a CNA you know that. We sadly could not care for her at home and agreed to put her in a home close to most of us (her children).
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Now she is showing signs of early onset dementia and I have left the country to watch my grandchildren grow so get photos and such on here. I have seen those looks you speak of as she sits there looking out into the abyss and it just chokes me up. I think man why put them pix up of her looking like that it kills me. Then when I dont see any of her in ages I think my gosh has no one been to see her and it kills me not to see her. I am the youngest of 9 children and I love my mum dearly. When you’re a CNA you know that. I wish things never turned out this way but obviously it was our father’s plan and it is what it is. I miss her so much and would give anything to have a holiday with her. To hear her moan coz I never did something right. Or her to call me coz she needs a driver to go shopping (she never drove in her life) or she wants to go visiting or something.
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I would love to have another one of those days. I wish we moved earlier in life and that she was able to come here for a holiday and then get sick then shed be here by me, thank you so much for sharing your story and your wonderful journey. May God always bless you and your family. I cried many tears as I watched! My 90-year-old father lives with me, so I understand the emotions you go through. You are a wonderful, loving son! Bless you and your beautiful mother. I can so relate yo your story. My Mum was diagnosed with a mental illness in her middle age. She started & then stopped treatment. Then avoided treatment altogether for over 20 years. Long story, but eventually had to be placed in residential care. She had developed Dementia on top. Her medical needs were too complex to be handled at home. She is settled now. She was a fierce strict Mum. She is now very affectionate with both of us. It isn’t the life she would have chosen, but the staff who look after her are angels. She loves outings. But she likes going back to her room. I think she feels secure there. All the best. I hope you journey with your Mum is going well. You are doing the best you can.