"Mom Forgets, I Forgive."  

Help, Support & Ideas

Caregiving is one of the toughest jobs we will ever have.

It doesn't have to be at the expense of our sanity and physical health.

Forgive and Forget offers the most relevant resources, information, and articles to better understand dementia.  Together they improve the skills crucial to caring for your loved one.

Give us 15 minutes a day and we will help you:

  • Apply new ideas and techniques for common caregiving problems.

  • Better protect your boundaries.

  • Reduce your anxiety, frustration, and impatience.

  • Live a peaceful, more meaningful life.

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“Rarely does a good idea interrupt you.” 

Jim Rohn

"I remember a neighbor came over to Mom's house one day demanding $1600.  She brought along her intimidating father.  She claimed Mom owed her half the cost of a newly built fence

separating their properties.   


The neighbor knew of Mom's Alzheimer's diagnosis.  She also knew I already paid Mom's portion directly to the fence company.  The confrontation confused and scared Mom, to the degree she handed over a check for $1600.  It took me 7 months, and a court order to get Mom's money back."  -Vic, Founder of FF




Chasing money, keeping Mom safe, taking over bills, losing her whereabouts,

missing appointments, bizarre behaviors,  all unforeseeable, all unpredictable.

I could never get ahead of this new way of life.  

Caregiving almost put me in the ground.  

Did you know that...

45%-67% of caregivers die before their loved ones? 

They either have a heart attack, a stroke, or commit suicide.   

Statistic from the Alzheimer's Association, 2010

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start crawling."

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