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“A Cup of Tea on the Commode: My Multi-Tasking Adventures of Caring for My Mom. How I Survived to Tell the Tale” by Mark Steven Porro requires laughter, tears, and heartbreak to read. It also will ring a tolling bell for many caregivers out there, especially sons, husbands, and brothers. This could only have been written byContinue reading “The Pros Know”
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If you have a mother who deserves to be treated like a queen in her golden years, you’ll want this book. Unless you have “Mother Issues.” Then buy it for a friend who doesn’t.
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I introduced myself to a new neighbor, an attractive psychiatrist who moved in across the street. “I’m single, fifty-five, have no kids, and I live with my mother. You’re going to want me on your couch. But soon it was me who needed her couch.”
My first task after taking over Mom’s caregiving duties was buying her a new wardrobe. No more drab nightdresses. She got so excited, she decided to wear them all at once.
After her doctor cut off all food and medications, Mom prescribed her own remedy. Sherbet. Eight bowls a day. Every day. She was 89 and getting stronger. How could I say “No?”