About it All

This web space is titled Truthful Kindness, so “about” should be both about ME specifically
… and about this blogspace specifically.
But that is way too much to put on one page, so gonna need to forward you.


Right-click on colored text and selecting “open in new tab”,
will allow you to return to this tab easily (at top of window) when you finish.
Remember, Links are on colored text, NOT the pictures.


“About Me” is now here >> https://truthfulkindness.com/about/about-me/




About my Blog – Welcome to the MailRoom >> https://truthfulkindness.com/about/blog-mailrm/ ;




Dementia Symptom Perspectives

>> https://truthfulkindness.com/about/dsp-fb/





Link for OTHER Life issues includes family history, spiritual journal, and Service Dog issues >>



Dropped Admin tasks so now only a member at https://www.dementiamentors.org/;
Expert Panelist, “Dementia Chats” at https://alzheimersspeaks.com/dementia-chats-webinar;
Consultant, “Positive Approach to Care” at https://teepasnow.com/ ;
Partner, “Dementia Action Alliance” in USA at https://daanow.org/ ;
Contributing Author, “Dementia-Friendly Worship” at https://www.amazon.com/Dementia-Friendly-Worship-Multifaith-Chaplains-Communities/dp/1785926659/;


Related Links.

My most crucial entries are here >> https://truthfulkindness.com/category/important/crucial/

Most recent are here >> https://truthfulkindness.com/

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25 thoughts on “About it All

  1. Hi, Short Story. In 2001-2 i wanted to learn how to work a P.C., so i started Writting my own Life Story. It was a task and half for me, as Writting was Not Top of my List. Two Thing it seemed to have helped with, is my Writting is more interesting. By Writting my own Life Story, i have Had to use my own Memory to fill in the spaces. My Mother passed away in 2005, do to a Family upset with my Sister I do Not Talk to her. Two years ago my Brother was told he Had the sad illiness, so all the Information in the Story is from my own Memory. One of the Things it also helped with is, my own Day to Day Memory seems better. I do Not stand at the bottom of the stairs, beföre i remember what i was going UP stairs for. You can find Some Details on the Internet, Enter Fondmoment Memory Diary. Regards Colin.


  2. Hi how are you? I am caregiver to my daddy,my son Tim also helps me. Daddy is in 1st stage of dementia, He’s doing good,except we have to do cooking,cleaning,things like that. Step mom is in nursing home she has dementia,24/7 care for her. I see my daddy every day. So far things are good! Thank the Lord


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  4. So glad you commented to a post I made on Youtube. To read your thoughts about dementia are helping me to understand it better. My only regret is that my Mom hid it from us, and we didn’t realize how much she could have used our help. We would have taken the journey with her had we known.

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    • Thank you very much for commenting here, Nancy. Good for you for looking into it. Experts expect a huge increase in Persons With Dementia in our society in coming years, so learning more about it will be time well spent. 😀 — Tru


  5. Dear Tru, Thank you for your insights and inspiration.

    I am doing a PhD at Newcastle University in England.

    I am investigating physical activity for people with dementia. You may be aware of research in this area. There is tentative evidence that physical activity may reduce disease progression.

    My research is focused on enabling people with dementia to maintain active lives. I have not interviewed anyone yet (as I have to overcome university ethics requirements first!).

    Whilst I prepare my research, your blog has been extremely useful. I used your blog on communication to help me to write clear information sheets. Your communication blog will also help me to conduct my interviews in an ‘dementia friendly’ fashion.

    I think that you are an inspirational woman. Not just for your endeavour to educate about dementia but in dealing with disability and life in general!

    With best wishes,


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  6. PS. I just realised that there is a very poignant message on my desktop. I wonder if you have come across this quote before:

    “Be happy in the moment, that’s enough. Each moment is all we need, not more.” Mother Teresa

    I try to reflect on this message as my head gets swamped with the pressures of study! I guess it might be a useful reflection for those living with dementia too?

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  7. Hi Truthful Loving Kindness,

    We have a new business benefiting Alzheimers research and I thought you might like to share with your readers! Came across your blog on “The 20 Best Alzheimers Blogs” Congrats!

    Rivet Revolution http://www.rivetrevolution.com has launched recently and has gained quite a lot of interest very quickly! We have designed bracelets to be worn every day and inspired by the perennial strength of the “rivet”—which can be traced back to the Bronze Age—our handcrafted classic jewelry is symbolic of the emotions and wishes of those who have been affected by this disease. For every $38 bracelet sold, Rivet Revolution will donate $10 towards Alzheimer’s research. In addition, Rivet Revolution is partnering with two rock star organizations to make an impactful difference in the revolution to end Alzheimer’s: Part the Cloud and Mikey Hoag & Stanford Neurological Research and Dr. Frank Longo.

    We would love to send you something in return for you sharing with your readers as we think this is a perfect fit for your readers! Please contact me at jessica@rivetrevolution.com

    Check out our website http://www.rivetrevolution.com to learn more about the revolution and to purchase our stackable and stylish bracelets! There are 6 colors to choose from.

    Look forward to hearing from you,

    Jessica & the Rivet Team


  8. I have been diagnosed with LBD and just discovered your blog. It is such a comfort and wealth of information. Has or when will your book be released??


  9. Hi Truthful Kindness Team,

    My name is Anuj Agarwal. I’m Founder of Feedspot.

    I would like to personally congratulate you as your blog Truthful Loving Kindness has been selected by our panelist as one of the Top 40 Alzheimer Blogs on the web.


    I personally give you a high-five and want to thank you for your contribution to this world. This is the most comprehensive list of Top 40 Alzheimer Blogs on the internet and I’m honored to have you as part of this!

    Also, you have the honor of displaying the badge on your blog.


    Liked by 1 person

  10. Hi Truthful Loving Kindness,

    I just discovered your blog and wanted to know if you have heard of Marlena books?

    Marlena Books is a Canadian startup that makes specialized books for individuals living with dementia for recreation and cognitive engagement. We’re on a mission to get the word out about our books to make sure every Canadian living with dementia has something unique and meaningful under their tree this holiday season. (We also ship to the USA!)

    If there is an opportunity to be featured in a story, we’d love to explore it.


    Ps. Visit our website to place an order or learn more: http://www.marlenabooks.com

    Liked by 1 person

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