When Madelyn Kubin’s husband suffered a debilitating stroke, her health was failing, and she had limited financial resources. In order to cope with her loneliness, isolation, and the stress of caregiving, she frequently went to her computer, disengaged her emotional monitor and wrote letters to her daughter about everything she was experiencing and exactly how she felt about it.
Unflinchingly honest and surprisingly funny, Madelyn’s letters validate every caregiver’s experience with anger, guilt, depression, and grief, and demonstrate that even in the very worst end-of-life situations, it is possible to find peace and happiness from within.
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