"Mom Forgets, I Forgive."  

Help, Support & Ideas

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

It doesn't have to be at your expense.  

Let Forgive and Forget help you:

  • Understand the grief you feel and still function.  

  • Apply new ideas and techniques for common caregiving problems.

  • Compassionately protect your boundaries.

  • Learn skills that support your new normal.

  • Experience how these same skills help your life for the rest of your life .

My name is Vic.  I have been a caregiver for 14 years and counting.  

These are resources that help me survive through every stage of my mother's decline.

This website is free. 

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Take a 15-minute drive or walk with Vic.  Hear how she turns her honest, raw, and real blunders into

caregiving successes.      

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relevant meaning." -Community Foundation of Northern Nevada. 

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"I could never get ahead of the moving target of dementia. 

I peered over the edge of becoming a statistic after the first 4 years of caring for my Mom.  I didn't care if I died because I was so exhausted."  -Vic

Did you know. . . 

45%-67% of caregivers have​​​​

  • a heart attack,

  • a stroke, or

  • commit suicide 

before their loved one dies?   

Statistic from the Alzheimer's Association, 2010

"Forgive and Forget" keeps me grounded, my heart whole, and moving forward on a path I know is meant for me."    Joshua M. - Subscriber

"This website offers good skills to care for my Dad.  It also is the only website that shares the skills to be a better person."  Miranda Joseph - subscriber  

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