1. Why isn’t there a National CareGiver’s Appreciation Day?
2. Why isn’t there a day devoted to remembering friends and loved ones who have left us?
3. Why do we (the USA as a culture) shy away from the ill, the frail, and elderly, when they need the assistance the most?
4. Why don’t we educate students in high schools, colleges, or even younger kids with classes on illnesses and illness sensitivity training?
5. Don’t the ill and disabled have even more to teach than the healthy person, because they live with an even greater challenge than those of us living with a fully functional body?
6. Shouldn’t caregivers and carepartners receive a stipend or tax break for all that they do to take care of their loved ones plus keep them out of hospitals and nursing homes?
7. Why can’t we have a more progressive healthcare and insurance system that rewards proper nutrition and self-care with lower doctor bills and reduced insurance rates?
8. When are doctors going to come around and finally embrace complimentary therapies instead of the old cliché response, “Well, you can do it as long it doesn’t do any harm, I suppose.”?
9. Are we ever going to hear a doctor admit that he/she was ever wrong or made a mistake?
10. When is the medical community going to stop treating people with illnesses as someone who is incapable of making choices or knowledge of their own condition? Who is more knowledgeable of illness, the person living with it on a daily basis, or the doctor trying to treat and maybe even cure it?
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