As I mentioned before, many caregivers struggle with the idea of rules. They want to live a “do as I say, not as I do” life and the reality is that this is often impossible. For the most part, the rules are there to give us structure, which is the only thing that any of us really need (or can even get). We all want to live a life of freedom and independence.
The reality is that our lives are structured by rules, and those rules are often very clear and very strict. For example, the majority of caregivers I know (and there are a lot) have a set time at which they are allowed to leave the caregiving role. They don’t care if this happens at 1:00AM or 1:00PM because they know it’s not their fault.
Caregivers are responsible for their caretakers. If one of their caregivers breaks a rule, it is their responsibility to tell the caregiver, who will then have to do what is required.
There are a lot of rules here to keep in mind. Some people have more rules than others, and they may not have a rule to be found in the rules page, but they do have a rule for what they are allowed to do. We have all of the rules we need to know about, and it’s quite easy to see how it would be best to not have them.
You can do it without rules.
These rules can make you look like a total idiot for the rest of your life, but they don’t make you very angry. We have a rule that says that you have to tell a caregiver when you have a new baby.
The people who give care to our children are the ones who keep it rolling on the back of your head, but we are not the ones who get the most attention. Most people give them what they want, and they do it better when they know a little more about what they want to give them and what they want to do.
I know my wife is a caregiver and she loves my little girl, but I also get angry when I don’t get to give her a hug or a kiss.
I feel you, but just like I am a caregiver, I also get angry when I dont get to be the one to do something that I know will make my child happy, and I wish I could give her all the hugs and kisses she deserves.
Most caregivers are just like me. They are the ones who need a hug or a kiss, and the ones who get a hug or a kiss usually get a hug or a kiss because they know what they want. The ones who don’t know what they want don’t usually get it because they are afraid that they will get it, or that they won’t like it, or that they will end up hurting someone.