Category: Dementia Related Post

All Dementia related items. What I have researched, my thoughts and my life living with my Dementia.

Blogging It…

Every day, my son and daughter encouraged me to write down what is happening to me during that day. Most of the time this was just simple notes , not good, ok, sleeping a lot, or they would become more involved, especially when I’m researching something of interest […]

Is My Reality, Just a Dream?

I live in a constant state between what I think of as a dream world and reality. I have to make myself conscious of the real world, because often I will just become aware of being here. When I’ve tried to explain this before, people have thought of […]

Reading a Good Book…

I find it difficult to read. This seems to be more so, when I’m reading stories. First I have to read the words and although this is ok for individual words, it’s becoming a growing problem when trying to understand the sentence and more so the whole paragraph. […]


To hear this post, just click the Play Button below… This is my second day of reducing Gabapentin, this being the second of the prescribed medication that I’m addicted too, the first was morphine. I’m really surprised at the impact coming of this stuff is having on me. […]

The Basics…

If you prefer, you can listen to this post… or try listening and reading at the same time… that will give your brain a workout! Just click the Play Button There seems to be a lot said about Dementia in regard to the signs and symptoms that we […]

What is My Life Like Now?

More than two years have passed… and I’m still here… but now I’m starting to live again! Lost, confused, unsure, unclear, perplexed, disorientated, bewildered…. these were the words emblazoned across the many leaflets I was given: Help Beat Dementia! Yes..yes…Yes! There was hope, somebody was there to help […]

What was My Life like then!?

I suppose that’s it is only right that I give you a little insight into why I think I am an any position to advise, or inform you about anything related to Dementia. So, I’ll start with the time I first knew something was not quite right. It […]