Tag: Dementia care

Is it Time?

Carol and Barry, my daughter and son, are everything to me and to be honest, I know I couldn’t cope without them, but what do I do now? I’m one of the many that comes into the risk category when it comes to this, Corona Virus thing and […]


Why is it so easy to be negative? Why do we take things so seriously? Why do we shy away from facing our fears? Why do we isolate ourselves? Why do we find it so easy to complain, rather than praise? Why do we continually hark back to […]

I will get there…

This is the second month of reducing, Gabapentin. It seems to take about two weeks to start to settle. It’s slow, but I’m not going back now! I’m feeling dizzy, light headed, nauseous, edgy. My heart keeps fluttering, I keep getting pains in my stomach, as if I […]

Fortunately, but Unfortunately

Try this simple, but challenging game between two people, or groups. Decide who is going to be, ‘Fortunately’ and then the other will be, ‘Unfortunately.’ You have to make a sentence, or statement, starting with your chosen word. Then the other person has to reply, using the their […]

No Purpose to Life!

There is no Purpose to Life! but, this is a good thing, it just needs a bit of thinking about, so let’s see if I can explain and I’ll start by asking you a question. What is the purpose of Life? Not as easy as you may think […]

Eureka Moment!

I know when you read this you might think, well that’s no big thing, but believe me it is! The other day my daughter said, your hand writing is really coming on. I didn’t think that much about it, other than I was pleased at the support. My […]

Am I Seeking Oblivion!?

Today is one of my strange, out-of-my-body days. I’m so aware of something not being right within me. I see the World as if I’m in my head, looking out. My hands look a mile away and not belonging to me. Everything is distant. It is as if […]