Dementia Relationship Tip: For me, there is no such thing as BACKGROUND noise.
My spiritual perspectives have changed dramatically in past ten years, but memories of WHY I myself made those changes are growing dim. Why do I no longer celebrate the special days that my loved ones celebrate? … Soon I suspect you will again find me enjoying those activities, because my theological understanding is going backward in time, as well as all my other memories.
These are newest pages that I have posted from persons with dementia symptoms who have shared their lived experience thru words or projects.
Hoping to clarify my blog from earlier this week, and maybe eliminate some misunderstandings. … In order for the “suffer” vocabulary change to succeed in goals, I think we need to come up with some method of communicating what people are seeing now as the “small print” — the details which are sometimes un-written … but creating huge mis-understandings.
I have been admonished by more than one person; told that it is inappropriate for me to use the term “suffering” in connection with my dementia symptoms … but … Each of us SHOULD be allowed to describe our dementia symptom experiences, and describe them without fear of reprisal for the sake of political-correctness.