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-To the victim- This is not a joke or subtle insult. If there is an infinitely small chance of karma existing, I'd hate to be on its bad side where Alzheimer's is concerned.
fascad3 fascad3 36-40, M 11 Answers Apr 2, 2010

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Unfortunately, that is something we will never know, but to observe someone with it, it is not something we would want to know..... my mother-in-law was the sweetest person you could meet, but, her personality was the reverse in time... I tell my daughter that I will be a model patient for her to look after.

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Fortunately, they are unaware of it, when it's full blown..However, rarely, they can go on, and develop new lives, even marry, and function..Look into S.Day O'Connors husband,<br />
she was a supreme court Justice, and this is what happened to her husband.

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I forgot

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i don't know. i forgot what you were saying. are you my mother?

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I once worked in a nursing home there was this poor old lady who had full dementia.When she was younger her daughter was kidnaped and murdered every morning this poor old lady would wake up and be back to that day her first question being have you seen my daughter she was ment to be home by now,you wouldnt contradict her there was no use but you would see her get more and more upset as the day wore on.<br />
The reason i am bringing this up is to tell eveyone out there if you have any past hurts upsets or regret get councelling now because you dont wont to relive it every day if you get alzheimers

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Please do not pursue this Question!<br />
<br />
My Late, great Dad died of this horrendous disease!<br />
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To see a strong man finish up as he did was not right!<br />
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..HE didn't know what was going on.....but his FAMILY <br />
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did!....THanks for the MEMORY!

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There is a great thing someone wrote called The 10 Requests of an Alzheimer's Patient that says what the Alzheimer's patient would say if they could express what they are truly feeling. Here's a link to the blog post:<br />
http://www.tenderrosehomecare.com/dementia-care-blog-san-francisco/bid/36215/10-Requests-of-the-Alzheimer-s-Patient

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I forget!

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