You know, we know, and that is really the point isn't it? ....By Bob DeMarco
Alzheimer's Reading Room
In Alzheimer's World
As I sit here thinking I wonder, why hasn't anyone asked me more questions about Alzheimer's World? Must be a good reason.
Maybe I am unintentionally keeping a secret. An important secret.
For example, no one has ever asked me, where is Alzheimer's World?
No one has ever asked me, how do I get to Alzheimer's World?
No one has ever asked, how is Alzheimer's World different than the real world? Why should I care?
Importantly, no one has ever asked -- you claim there is a different world called Alzheimer's World -- what happens once you get there? Why do I need to get there?
And most important, if I get to Alzheimer's World how will my life change? How will my life change as an Alzheimer's caregiver?
As I am sitting here thinking, I now believe that I should write about each little part, one article at a time. Step by step. What it is, where it is, and how to get there.
Here is my secret. If you make it to Alzheimer's World your life as a caregiver will change. it will change for the better. It will change your outlook on Alzheimer's disease and life.
I believe if you make it to Alzheimer's World you will start living your life. Living it one day at time.
I am not saying that when you make it to Alzheimer's World that everything will be beautiful. It won't be.
Once you reach Alzheimer's world you will wake up in the morning with a heightened understanding of Alzheimer's disease.
When you are feeling sad and lonely you will be able to dismiss these feeling with one simple and incontrovertible thought -- you are an Alzheimer's caregiver and this is a very high station in life.
You know, we know, and that is the point isn't it?
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Bob DeMarco is the Founder of the Alzheimer's Reading Room and an Alzheimer's caregiver. The blog contains more than 2,460 articles with more than 371,100 links on the Internet. Bob resides in Delray Beach, FL.
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