You control your brain, it does not control you.
Can how you act effect your caregiving effort?
Can how you talk and the words you use effect your caregiving effort?
Can how you speak to a person living with Alzheimer's effect how they feel and act?
By Bob DeMarco
Alzheimer's Reading Room
- The way you think. The thoughts you think. The way you interact with others all affect your outlook on life.
- If you want to think positive you have to start by training your brain to think positive about what you are accomplishing day in and day out as a care partner.
- In life, when I say please and thank you, I usually get a positive response. At the minimum a nice smile. My brain registers everyone of these smiles and I feel happy -- and positive.
- When you think positive you become energized, you recognize your accomplishment and thrive as a result.
I remain convinced that the cumulative acts we practice each day are what are most important.
Can how you think effect your Alzheimer's caregiving effort?
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Bob DeMarco is the Founder of the Alzheimer's Reading Room (ARR). Bob is a recognized expert, writer, speaker, and influencer in the Alzheimer's and Dementia Community worldwide. The ARR Knowledge Base contains more than 4,900 articles and 368,000 links. Bob lives in Delray Beach, FL.You are reading original content the Alzheimer's Reading Room