There’s typically that one person in each family who becomes the caretaker of others. Are you the one who constantly gives of themselves? In time of need and despair, you’re the one who steps up and helps family, friends and sometimes coworkers.

But, the person I’m writing to the most is those of you who’ve spent or are spending years helping sick family members. It’s you who helped ailing parents, spouses, siblings or other family members back to health or until death.

David Tepera: davidtepera@yahoo.com.

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