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Tina O'Toole

Bio: I am a senior at Cedar Crest College. I am also a wife and mother to two very special children. I am pursuing a B.A. in English with a writing minor, and a B.S. in Business Administration. My passion is writing, and I wish to find a career where I am not only published, but also the publisher. I am also finding I am passionate about advocacy and public speaking.

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  1. Hello Tina I really enjoy reading your blog Elephant in Care gving Room And each piece on Caregivng I ‘m have been a caregiver for a while now And each person I having taking care of has different health Issues I lived with a lady she passed so at the time I didn’t know what to do no where to live And I move in to take care of my sister motherlaw And she has demenita This care giving journey Has been stressful And alot of different emotions And with dementia it hard for them to understand Like in the blog you talk about thought when i took this postiion That i would be able to find a job during the day But it has turn into full time The lady i take care of mentally she declined but her physical health is good So i feel torn in what to do But like you said been a care giver is hard job And you don;t get much time to your self I appreicate you writing this blog And ever piece really open my eyes And i understand more I think everyone should read This do understand What a caregiver go Through I looks like your life has been a hard one rewarding one I f you have any feedback I feel like i need to find a job I don’t feel productive Enough because i used to be working all the time And be able to find employment It has been hard on me financial But I tell my self I’M helping someone so she can stay in her home I know she will not be able to stay here much longer And i feel like i might be stuck with out a place to live again And no job again Thank you again Carolyn

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