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Tuesday, February 19, 2013


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That certainly would be ideal. I think Mom is pretty far into her dementia, but there are still soothing things they could try such as music and for some, even massage. It's too bad stress is such an issue for everyone involved. It's all too common.
Thanks for the input.

I think a serene atmosphere would help almost anyone to feel better. Who is to tell if that doesn't promote a healthier state overall.

I think some more rest and relaxation would help Mary. Is there a way that both mother and daughter could engage in an activity together that force the both of them to just take it easy and relax?

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