LIVING with Dementia

Harry Urban on active/passive response to Dementia.

Excerpt from Harry Urban’s blog at http://mythoughtsondementia.com/blog.html :

Living with dementia and having dementia are two different things.

When you are LIVING with dementia
you are actively trying to find ways to overcome the obstacles that get in your way.
You are trying to squeeze every ounce of enjoyment out of your life.

Having dementia may be a more passive way with dealing with dementia.
You may rely on medication to find happiness.

Either approach is acceptable and totally depends on the individual.

I am living with dementia and
always seeking ways to avoid the pitfalls
and when I stumble I may need help
but it is up to me to get up.
— Harry Urban 14Jul2020

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originally shared by Harry at https://www.facebook.com/harry.urban1/posts/3198556543498346 on 14 July 2020

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Index for Harry’s pages in my blogsite >> https://truthfulkindness.com/index-persons-with-dementia-pwd/harry-urban/

Above are excerpted with permission, from Harry’s blog at
http://mythoughtsondementia.com/blog.html

Harry also has a group of both text and virtual support groups through “Forget Me Not” on FaceBook.

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