Here I am, 59 and have a problem with my memory. I have trouble remembering things. I have been thinking about what this means, right now, today and for tomorrow. What are the implications of forgetting conversations you had a day, or an hour ago.
We create our memories as we live day to day, lovely memories of our husbands, wives, children, friends and pets. But, what if we forget things on a daily basis and remain aware that we are doing just that without the knowledge of what we are forgetting? I don’t know why or what is happening and may feel less uneasy when I have more information.
Right now I will record some memories through writing and photographs for myself and my family.
Living with Dementia
'Every contact leaves a trace'
University of the Third Age
I'm a 46 year old lady with dementia but living with positivity and optimism
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