Loneliness is a problem common to Alzheimer's caregivers. Rare is the Alzheimer's caregiver that doesn't feel lonely.
By Bob DeMarco
Alzheimer's Reading Room
Alzheimer's caregiver sometimes say...
- They experience a general sense of emptiness.
- They miss having people around.
- They feel like they don't have enough friends.
- They often feel abandoned.
- They miss having really good friends.
Do you ever feel lonely or depressed?
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What can be done to change or reduce these feelings?
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