It’s been more than two years since the doctor gave his symptoms a true diagnosis. Time has stood still yet flown by since those words were spoken. Both the man, as a patient, and his wife, as a caregiver, have started on a journey they never thought possible.
As hard as it has been for him to accept all of the tests, labs, appointments, treatments and discussions, it seems to be harder for his wife. Others have come to terms with the diagnosis and outcomes and accepted the disease for what it is. So why can’t she?