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Her attitude changes when she dresses-up.

by JAD on January 6, 2013   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


Some of you know that I take care of my mom who has dementia. Her progress for sure is getting worse, but even with that said I can dress her in her finest clothes and her attitude changes. It's as though she's her old self and nothing is wrong with her. But I know that's not true. She reacts the same way we do when we put on our nice clothes, we feel good about ourselves and yes our attitude changes too.

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