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Early Onset
Feb 14, 2006
... so good to have someone to talk to! I ready everything you all have to say, and it is a relief to hear there are people out there to help me know where to turn, and what to do, but at the same time I feel like closing my eyes and not reading it, cause I don't want to admit this is all really happening! ... (36 replies)
... Thanks Guys. Today we learned that she finially went to bed last night and this morning and then went to the dininning room and started socializing! ... (163 replies)
... Chris, my mom was in the hospital for three days twice for a mini stroke. ... (17 replies)

... I talked to the woman at the front desk and asked her how mom does on the days I am not there. She said mom is in her own world...always happy, always a smile. Walks around..up and down the corridor and all around the lobby. ... (78 replies)
It's been a year
Feb 2, 2003
... It's coming up on one year since Alzheimer's took my grandmother from us. She battled it for five years, and she passed away in hospice at the end of February with nearly the entire family at her side. ... (6 replies)
... She will not only get over her fear and dislike of being there, but will adjust to the place and like it! It was of course hell for you to have to take her there and leave her, but YOU DID the RIGHT THING! You did what was best for her. ... (163 replies)
... First of all, your 5 year old has taken on A LOT of responsibility herself, and you, Mum, are allowing it. She's only 5. She should be outside playing, bickering with her younger sibling and wondering how many sleeps till Santa comes. ... (14 replies)
... Well, after a few years of increasingly out of character behavior from my step grandmother, she has alluded to my mom that doctors think she may have AD. The odd thing is, noone will tell me for sure. ... (10 replies)
Trouble trouble
Aug 12, 2005
... I just heard from my brother again. He is furious at his son. They sold their house in Queens and moved to Farmingdale to be near their children and grandchild. Now that they are splitting up, it was all for nothing. ... (6 replies)
Locked facility
May 19, 2009
... Yes it could well be guilt, our biggest enemy! ... (24 replies)
Locked facility
May 19, 2009
... if she did bring mom home, how could she still hold down a job, take care of a husband, be there for son and grandchild, etc. ... (24 replies)
... I guess that means she is fine. Bill and Anna took a 3 days trip up to the mountains from Monday to Wednesday, coming back tomorrow night. ... (11 replies)
... atever the case may be. Sister 1 is the toughest one to convince. Denial Denial.........She finally knows but I don't believe she will ever accept how really bad Mom is now. Sister 3 and I accept things as they are. Hate it...but accept it. ... (13 replies)
... hey im reading this. cant believe no one posted back. im so sorry about your childhood but as you said you have become a different person now. and thats good. im alot like you. i want let anyone hurt me again. of course I cant help notice things. but i keep my quard up on everyone. ... (3 replies)
... I'm 54. I got married at 29, the beating from Mom stopped at age 27. ... (3 replies)
... That's a good idea about all the locks removed. I hadn't thought of that. Our back gate is locked, so there is no worry about her getting out of the yard and wandering. ... (11 replies)
... Pam, you are right, once we figure out how to handle it personally, we will be able to prevail. One day at a time. We've been fighting this with mom now for over ten years. She has been slow to progress but unfortunately I think she is now picking up steam. ... (16 replies)
New development
Oct 1, 2008
... It's strange, this things about the "clothes" grandma is the opposite. All her life she was a very proud and private woman....never ever would change in front of everyone. And now here her two "sons" are taking her to the washroom and bathing her, etc. ... (6 replies)
... I have just the one and he's enough. ... (24 replies)
Day Care!
Jul 2, 2009
... it causes a chasm that I don't know if it can be repaired. It ends up having little to do with the baby and more to do with OUR relationship. ... (17 replies)

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