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When my pastor shared his experience about caring for his mother who had terminal cancer and severe seizures, this encouraged other people with illnesses to come forward and seek help.It also brought out people who had a real gift of help who could provide assistance.My single friends, with no children never contacted me.This let me know that singles need to develop relational skills, and practice reaching out to each other.
But we have such a strong belief that no one understands our unique situation that we often agonize over issues that could be resolved if we would ask for help.
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A caregiver it's a nice thought that when we are hurting our spouse or loved one will draw close and offer the comfort and support that we so desire.
My mother passed away when I was a child, so that nurturing parental relationship is missing, and my siblings have families of their own to care for.
Therefore, in many respects, I'm totally dependent on Christ for nurturing, guidance and emotional support. I believe that singles have the same anxieties as others with chronic illnesses: Will I be able to maintain employment?
It addresses many different topics and gives some suggestions for improving your relationship.