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Re: (((Phillipa))) Dinah

Posted by Phillipa on November 12, 2007, at 19:04:42

In reply to Re: (((Phillipa))) Phillipa, posted by Dinah on November 12, 2007, at 17:05:44

Dinah I agree with the midde road. Mine is in her 50's I'd say but so trim, thin, and well manicured I feel very insecure around her.Seriously the only one I've clicked with was a new Social Worker who worked for the hospital no private patients. But maybe it's better to have someone younger. As far as nursing and families when nursing up North in Ct always felt so sad for the elderly patients as their families would buy them things but if they needed assistance it was for the nurse to do no the families did no hands on. When they were old were put in a nursing home. Down South the little time I nursed found a much stronger family unit with family staying around the clock with the family member and helping to care for them. It's horrible what we do with elders these days. Not speaking of all of course. I think the Chinese rever their elders and that is how it should be as they had given to the best of their ability through the years. My Mother died when I was l7 so I never had a Mother when kids were born did it all myself. Forgave my Mother many years ago as her yelling and screaming at me were from prednisone when first discovered they did not know the long term side effects. I feel psychosis was applicable in her case. So it was not her fault she did the best she could and how horrible to be sick from the age of 33. Phillipa




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