Re: I want to go home.
My grandmother has alzhiemers. Its hard seeing someone you knew and loved and respected go that way. BUt its okay. Realize that nothing you did caused it. Got that? Good, now one of the books I read was called "A Caregivers Guide to Alzhiemers" it gave a ton of insight and helped me ease my little mind. It tells you how they start regressing and such. Hoem for Gram means back in Tenn in 1938. She asks me who I am all the time and my mother and aunt and uncles too. (I'm sure you all know this tho) So when she says "Can we go home now?" and we are, we all usually dont know how to responde. My aunt changes the subject "Cant wait for the wether to clear up huh?" She usually goes on with a new convo. And yes, we are all taught NOT to lie, but sometimes, its being nice when we do. When you lie to them, its less stress and confuson. Everything runs a little more smoothly now, but its not always easy. Be strong...
The wind is bound in thy forlock, and ye have the gift of flight without wings....-Koran