When the Routines Go, What is Left?

New post on Daughter on Duty

“During the latest crisis of the stomach, Mama suddenly decided to stop taking the daily low-dose aspirin she has been taking since my father—who died 20 years ago—was diagnosed with heart disease. Her cardiologist told her last month, she really doesn’t need to take it, that she does not have heart disease and isn’t going to at this point. Six months ago he told her she could discontinue her high blood pressure medication.” Read more.

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