When I look back at pictures of myself during my mom’s Alzheimer’s journey, I have so much compassion for myself for what I was going through at the time. But at the time, I was constantly beating myself up for not doing enough or not being good enough.
Time and experience have taught me that I was doing so much better than I ever gave myself credit for. Could the same be true for you now? I think so!
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- What I think to myself when I look back at pictures of myself from during my mom’s Alzheimer’s journey
- Why you are probably doing better than you think you are
- How you can use experiences from your past to support yourself in this hardship
- Why you should look to your future self to have more compassion for yourself now
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