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... Last night I got into an argument with my mom and she continued it back up this evening. While I would think nothing of it, it's come to me that there is something there that's not right...not the usual young adult argue with mom argument. ... (1 replies)
... It is what they do when they chew their food and just "pocket" it in the side of their cheek without swallowing. My mom has started doing it last week.. ... (1 replies)
Hi everyone!
Feb 13, 2007
... Well it certainly is one of the snowiest days we've had here this season. I'd say we've gotten at least 10 inches so far and it's nowhere near over yet. ... (1 replies)

... I thought about coming back and being active in it, but it was heartbreaking and discouraging to read about the everyone's experiences with loved ones who have dementia. I come from a long line of people who think they can "do it in their own". ... (8 replies)
Five weeks later..
Jul 19, 2010
... Rehab is not the place for someone with Alzheimers. ... (23 replies)
... Yep, Deb, if we had a basement down here in Florida my husband would have been cowering in it too! Now mom has decided she no longer needs dinner or company of anyone in the facility. She is going to stay in her apartment and no one will tell her differently!!! Harumph! ... (119 replies)
... nds like you needed to vent for a while. Bless you for giving your sister in law a week's break. As for your younger brother, it sounds like he is not handling the situation very well. Sometimes all you can do is shake your head and try to let the insanity roll off your back. ... (4 replies)
... lives next door so that's a help. I try to stop by several times a week to keep the house tidy, make sure she has all her meds, etc. ... (5 replies)
... My Mom also has vascular dementia and she also thinks shes in 'Mexico'. Her hallucinations are little kids with no faces and strangers crawling up the curtains or in the corners of the room, and little animals running around. She also sometimes thinks she's on a big boat but not a ship. ... (2 replies)
... baseball, you are back with a whole list of question.... ... (16 replies)
... is SUCH a special part of my life, and I guess I'm just looking for some support, guidance, and maybe advice as to what to expect in the future. ... (5 replies)
... My Godmother's Mom just died from complications from AD, which turned out to be obstructed bowels... Just a heads up because it can cause death.:angel: (4 replies)
... I truly thought Dad looked and acted better than he did when I saw him a week ago. Then my daughter visited and immediately said... Papoo doesn't feel good. Her comparison was different from mine. ... (4 replies)
Dec 13, 2006
... She also did odd things like going out in the middle of the night to find something she thought she had left outside. She put herself in danger by forgetting what the red light and the green light means on street corners ... ... (4 replies)
Caregiver burnout
Oct 10, 2006
... self sick over keeping Mum occupied for all those hours, when after all, 15 minutes is enough! I have found most people visit for themselves, not necessarily for the AD victim ... forgetting that the AD victim as they progress, haven't got a clue! ... (18 replies)
Mom's bad day
May 10, 2005
... Mom has been deteriorating slowly, but today I think she took a large turn for the worse. Maybe another mini stroke occurred in the night? ... (18 replies)
Hello, new here
Mar 2, 2014
... Again, I must say thank you. Your responses to me here, have been more enlightening and productive for me than most of what I was getting on another message board. ... (13 replies)
... When my mom still lived alone, I visited once a week. My first sign of a problem was when my brother called and wanted to know why I never visited mom. ... (14 replies)
Moving Mom
Apr 8, 2005
... she called the night before. ... (54 replies)
... you really ought to choose assited living. If you can afford it, this is a good option. These are no longer the 'nursing homes' of old. There are wonderful caring paces out there where your Dad wlil be helped. ... (5 replies)

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