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This is likely a sign of the dementia she is experiencing
This leads to anger and nastiness often out of frustration due to memory impairment
Is dementia a form of alzheimers? Also, when I cannot reason with her, instead of starting an argument am I right in wlaking away?
Alzheimers is a form of dementia, the fact that she has dementia does not mean she has alzheimers
I cannot determine if you are right or wrong in walking away, that is up to you. It is a judgement call
Okay, I understand. I have found that it is better to walk away because it quiets her down and avoids confrontation. Than you for your answer, I appreciate it. I am going to click "accept"
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