Help, Support & New Ideas
Forgive and Forget provides resources to help you as a caregiver.
I will honor your time with information that is easy to find.
Our focus is dementia, however, our ideas and tools are relevant for all caregivers.
I have been caring for my mother for over a decade. My goal is to ease your stress, strengthen your resilience, and support your integrity both inside and outside the caregiving arena.
I am committed to offering you, and each of your days, a fighting chance of
hope, healing, and meaning.
Membership is $10
“Rarely does a good idea interrupt you.”
Caring for someone with Alzheimer's—or any form of dementia—takes character.
An unshakeable one.
Founder of Forgive and Forget
Giving you the best advantage
Things To Know
Local and national resources, phone numbers, websites, articles, and links personally selected to help you with the practical side of caregiving
Storytelling with a purpose. Quick blog reads of my experiences in a-day-in-the-life of caregiving
Brick by Brick
Short essays that unpack the emotions we feel as a caregiver; self-doubt, the guilts, and frustration, just to name a few. When we better understand our emotions, we can better hold space in the "uncomfortable," then maybe find meaning in all that we do.
Things That Help
I have read, seen, and listened to every book, audiobook, documentary, TV series, and film listed in this segment. Each has dramatically shifted the way I think about caregiving and life
Email your questions directly to our Founder, Vic
This segment introduces the quiet, calm, and introspective.
Apostolic sandals or linen robes not required. BYOB preferred
(beer, belief, blanket, bourbon, blessing, etc)
Private Q & A
Help other caregivers with your suggestions and questions. Offer your experience and knowledge in our private chat room.
We want to hear from YOU!
~ Use our Terminology Search Bar in certain segments to find information quickly and easily ~
Membership is $10
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Rarely does a good idea interrupt you
- Jim Rohn