Why the loss of control motivates most “behaviors”

Cecilia was having a hard time. Suddenly, she couldn’t do all the things she used to do. She had once owned her own business, handled all her finances, made her own daily plans, raised children, and more. Now, with dementia, she couldn’t manage those tasks. Now, her family was doing everything for her, and itContinue reading “Why the loss of control motivates most “behaviors””

A message for a loved one

In case you missed it: a post from earlier this year “I need to call my son,” Mara said. “I want to make sure he knows I’m here,” she explained. I sighed and thought a moment, turning to look at Mara. Her eyes were big and full of anxiety. Her son had died a coupleContinue reading “A message for a loved one”

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