Guess what I learned? I learned that I was no longer exasperated, bent out of shape, or stressed out. Quite the opposite in fact. I felt good about myself. I felt good, not bad.
By Bob DeMarco
+Alzheimer's Reading Room
One thing that drives Alzheimer's caregivers crazy is repetitive questions and repetitive behavior. I know this from the number of emails I receive on this issue, and the number of comments we get on the issue.
It is clear to me that a large fraction of persons living with Alzheimer's disease ask the same things over and over. I understand how disconcerting this can be -- I was there once upon a time.
+Bob DeMarco , +Alzheimer's Reading Room
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