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Humor Shared With Other Caregivers is Therapeutic

...My friend and I have since shared a number of chuckles over this incident. Are we wrong to find our amusement where we can get it? I don't think so. We aren't laughing at her mom who was – and is – a lovely person. We're laughing at a situation that, if we examine it too closely, would simply bring more tears. Alzheimer's disease not only affects one's memory. It affects judgment as well as social filters. People with Alzheimer's are often extremely blunt, saying what they are feeling at the moment.

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