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My eighty-eight-year-old father was a victim of manufactured mania, the result of being given three different antipsychotic drugs every day for a ministroke. “Rendering him helpless and defenseless, the mind-altering drugs shackled Daddy to dementia. As if it were a holding pen for rotting trash, authorities in the nursing home system dispensed him to that dark cell. There his...

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Looking back it's feels only weeks ago when I sat in the nursing lounge clutching my phone. My eyes filled with tears as I fought to keep them from spilling over. My entire body shivered with unexplained chills and my chest and belly filled with utter dread. My breath refused to let go. In an instant, I was completely overwhelmed with fear and ineptness. The day before, my...

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During this month’s Caregivers Speak! eCareDiary's caregiving expert, Margery Pabst spoke to three caregivers about struggling with irrational feelings during their caregiving journey and how they overcame the barrier of negativity leading to a positive frame of mind.

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