Most of the time, we as caregivers always want to be perfect.
As a physical therapist, I try to be perfect with my patients, and I want everything to be right.
When we’re taking care of dementia patients, it’s not always perfect. If they have a stroke, UTI, or whatever illness, it’s not always perfect.
You will always fail. However, the more you fail, the more you get better at it.
It’s like learning to ride a bicycle. The more you fall, the more you try it again, the better you will be.
It’s the same with taking care of a loved one.
When one procedure or techniques doesn’t work, try to do it again. Or try to find another way.
Keep loving your loved ones and just keep doing it.
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