Monday, October 25, 2010

Alzheimer's Blogging:


As we took care of my father in law Joe with his Alzheimer's we went through periods of depression. It was hard to see this man who taught us so much about life, lose his mind. When he went through the mean stage of Alzheimer's and to see this kind man get mad, hit, bite and swear at us was depressing. The first time we noticed he could not make coffee,his favorite drink to start the day, and something he had done for almost all of his life, was depressing. When family members did not want to come over to see us because they didn't want to see Joe with his Alzheimer's which made us lonely was depressing. There are a lot more reasons for depression. But I found some links to help you with depression on Alzheimer's Weekly.


Depression Symptoms
Symptoms, causes, treatments of Depression Symptoms.
www.myOptumHealth.com
Top 5 Depression Signs
Are You Depressed? What The Doctor Is Not Telling You!
www.Depression-Chat-Rooms.org
Positive Thinking Power
Learn how to get a handle on your feelings through Positive Thinking!
www.Primeria-Health.com
Top 5 Depression Signs
Are You Depressed? What The Doctor Is Not Telling You
www.MentalHealthNeeds.com
Stop Depression Symptoms
Find The 10 Best Solutions and Treatments for Depression Today
www.EaseDepressionInfo.com
Top 5 Depression Signs
Are You Depressed? What The Doctor Is Not Telling You!
www.BipolarDepressionOnline.com
Stress Management
Learn more about Stress Management. Find Facts, Causes, & Treatments www.WebMD.com/Stress_Management
Anxiety Treatment Clinics
Special Programs Heal by the Sea Free Consultation 888-379-3372 www.aPlaceOfHopeAnxietyTreatment.com
Depression Symptoms
Depression Signs & Symptoms - Top Options To Kick Depression!
www.Livesfit.net/--Depression-Symptoms
Symptoms of Depression
Learn the Most Common Symptoms of Depression & Know How to Get Help.
www.knowdepressivesigns.com

I hope this helps.
Sincerely,
Marie Fostino
Alzheimer's A Caretakers Journal
Seaboard Press An Imprint of James A Rock Pub., Co.
www.mariefostino.com
www.mariefostino.blogspot.com

1 comment:

Leon said...

Alzheimer’s is NOT a disease.
I challenge it is not a disease.

Leon Wagoner

Call Joe Nicassio, 714-600-0640

leonwagoner@gmail.com