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June 20, 2012

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Hurting friend

This applies to the "significant other" also. In fact, because of the lack of true marital status, more documentation to record the wishes of the two persons should be drawn up.

The pain of being caught between being considered "just a caregiver" and a person who loved and was loved in return is truly something no one should bear.

Beware of blood relatives and in-laws who swoop down upon you like vultures picking at a downed animal.

DO YOUR PAPERWORK !!

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