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Elizabeth S.

Family & Caregiver

For over three years ago, my father-in-law has suffered from a series of TIA strokes that left him very disabled. My mother-in-law has put everything aside to help care for her husband of over 40 years. Dad doesn't know who anyone is or where he is, but even though he doesn't recognize her, she continues daily to love him, care for him and serve him.

If that is not an example of unconditional love, I'm not sure what is.


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