Tag Archives: Lewy Body Dementia

Fellow Travelers

“Life with Mom and Living with Lymphoma” I headed out to an Alzheimer’s Caregiver’s conference last week and didn’t get very far.  First, I was late leaving my house because my mother was having a mini crisis thinking that her … Continue reading

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Pleasant Confusion

“Life with Mom” My mother’s confusion surfaces every day…sometimes multiple times a day.  And her bewilderment usually surrounds her home, or in her mind, her lack of a home.   She told me yesterday that she needs to find a place … Continue reading

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Wigs Are Burning

Life with Mom and Living with Lymphoma Brian threatened to set my wig on fire the other night.  I was being a back seat driver and he wanted my decision to stop giving my unsolicited directions to be meaningful and … Continue reading

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The Wrong Diagnosis

Life with Mom —-This is a story of a shared life with Mom after her diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease.— For a while now, my mother has had an inkling that she may have Parkinson’s. She thought her father had it … Continue reading

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