Caregiver Diaries: An Unbroken Man

When I was young I loved sitting under my parent’s desk, tucked away in my quiet cubbyhole, writing poetry. In school, instead of listening to my math teacher, I spent too much time daydreaming and writing. I still avoid numbers, but adore words. This is one reason I am attracted to Eric Fischer’s story. Eric’s Continue reading


Caregiver Diaries: Adam’s Story

I’ve met a lot of extreme caregivers during the past sixteen years. Part of my path in life includes raising a son who is completely dependent due to a rare brain disorder. I’m grateful that Daniel was born in 1998 when internet support groups were getting off the ground. What I lacked in face to Continue reading