Practical Resources


We keep you informed to 

avoid common caregiving mistakes.  

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Things To Know

These resources provide a basic understanding of dementia's odd patterns, behaviors and routines. 

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Things That Help

Start with one page of one book, one film, or one documentary to help you with only today.  These are suggestions that help strengthen your heart and mind to better care for your loved one

AND yourself

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True Stories, Blogs

Published in notable periodicals

and magazines, these 4 -5 minute reads are taken directly from Vic's journal and real-life experiences.  They always conclude with "What Is True For Me," lessons, skills, and ideas learned that YOU can apply

to your own journey.  

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Who is Vic and why is she here?  Listen to the personality behind Forgive and Forget in these 15-minute (or less) Podcasts.  Relatable personal experiences that help you KNOW YOU ARE NOT ALONE. 

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Sent out only once a month (because you have enough on your plate), these newsletters let you know of newly added articles, blogs, books and information.  Subscribers LOVE them!

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Emotional Resources

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These resources keep you grounded. 


They provide the emotional foundation and skills needed for your stamina, patience, and strength to care for your loved one.


And, best of all, they apply to every aspect of your life.


"The Essentials is what sets Forgive and Forget apart

from any other caregiving website." -Jenna T. Subscriber

"Vic takes personal growth with caregiving VERY seriously.  She cares about people, and makes personal growth attainable for a man like me."   

-Theo G, Subscriber

When you replace, "Why is this happening to me?"

with "What is this trying to teach me?" 

Everything shifts.  

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