Have you ever felt angry that your loved one has Alzheimer’s or dementia? Do you feel angry when you think about everything you have lost and how much your life has changed? Are you angry that your family has to go through this while others don’t?
I used to feel angry about all of those things, too. But then, I realized that my anger wasn’t serving me. It wasn’t helping me cope with my mom’s Alzheimer’s at all. I learned not to get angry about things I couldn’t control and what I should focus on instead.
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- My story of getting angry about the snow
- Why your anger isn’t serving you
- How to begin to let go of your anger
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