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Caregivers Who Have Lost Someone
3 tons of junk
Second dumpster leaving on Monday, Funny it was easier to get rid of stuff at first, but now, I am not letting things go as easily, there is less and less of him here, I don't want to loose it all. I found 3 hats in his trunk, I have no use for them, but I could not throw them away.
There is a feeling of lightening the load with all the junk out. Found mold behind some of his stuff, so a new issue, he would have known right away what to do, I miss his guidance, he used to fix, then it came to I would ask questions, to now, where I say what am I suppose to do and there is no answer.
You are doing great!
YYes, stuff can be overwhelming. I don't live in a place where can have garage sales, so I donate things.
Im a person with undiagnosed dementia and having difficulty throwing things out b/c I'm being told by many that no diagnosis means I don't have dementia. But know in my head probably do b/c saw progression in parent.
Do what keeps you sane! Your health important!