The Good Old Days (My Mom’s Alzheimer’s)

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I have recently made the acquaintance of a fellow traveler along this dark and difficult road. He is totally and admirably dedicated to his mother’s wellbeing.

He puts everything aside each time his mom calls, which is often.

I remember being in the midst of some crisis at work when my mother would call with seeming trivia. I remember trying to be patient, with crises…

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Dixie Ann Black is an Author, Health & Wellness Consultant and Public Speaker. She currently cares for her mother who has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s.

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Dixie Ann Black

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Dixie Ann Black is an Author, Health & Wellness Consultant and Public Speaker. She currently cares for her mother who has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s.

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