There Is Hope For Peace After Loss

The following is a guest post written by Jeannine O’Neil on 2/27/19. My mom has been gone for 9 days. She passed away peacefully in her sleep after a 7-year battle with Vascular Dementia. I am sharing my story of healing to hopefully shed light on the other side to those who are currently suffering, … Continue reading There Is Hope For Peace After Loss


What Has Alzheimer’s Taught You?

What has Alzheimer’s taught me? I’m not even sure where to start. For one thing, Alzheimer’s has taught me that family is everything. When I was in high school and college, all I really cared about was spending time with my friends. I was always so afraid of missing out on something. I’d say that’s … Continue reading What Has Alzheimer’s Taught You?

Episode 4: Let’s Talk About Resentment

Welcome to Episode 4 of The Life, Love, and Alzheimer's Podcast! As an Alzheimer’s caregiver, resentment can become an overwhelmingly familiar feeling. We resent friends and family who seem to have disappeared from our lives at a time when we needed them the most. We resent them for not helping out or stepping up to … Continue reading Episode 4: Let’s Talk About Resentment