Recently, I read where someone had lost their father after a long battle with dementia. The son wrote that he had spent the better part of almost three years being with his father and taking care of him on a journey that no one wants to go on. But unfortunately, many of us have to.
He added that since his father had passed, he wasn’t sure what he would do with all the time he now had on his hands but would figure it out as he went along. Anyone who has taken care of a loved one can certainly empathize in ways they never wanted to.