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Mother’s Personality Change Upsetting

Dear Carol: I’ve been providing care for my mom for several years, first in her home and then in an assisted living facility. Mom was always a kind, loving person although something of a perfectionist. She takes several medications for severe arthritis and also high blood pressure. Her memory has been slowly deteriorating over time, but recently she’s also become angry, paranoid and suspicious. 

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