The 2019 Behavioral Health Conferences helped me realize some things over grieving for someone you love who has passed away. The symposium may be a bit painful, but it was also helpful in learning things that help us overcome the feeling of sadness.
My grandmother is 85 years old, and she has a cataract. She had a scheduled operation for her eyes last April 1st, which was canceled due to the pandemic. Now, she had to live with the blurry left eye, during a mediocrely functioning right eye. I did not have it in my heart to put her in a home. That was what I promised my mother before she passed away three years ago. I told her that I would take care of Grams, and I have been not because of a promise. It was because I loved her dearly.