Live With Elderly Mother
Living with an elderly mother can have its ups and downs, especially if she has dementia. She may be argumentative, critical and difficult to please. She may also suffer from diseases that commonly afflict elderly women, like breast cancer. Learn how to live with an elderly mother.
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- Living with Elderly Parents: Do You Regret the Decision?
Regardless of who moves in with whom, the decision to cohabitate with aging parents is a serious one that affects all relationships within a family, careers, finances, and the physical and mental health of everyone involved.
- My elderly mother tries to control my life like I'm still a teenager. What can I do?
You need the "Jacqueline Marcell emotional shield." Put it on every day, and then don't let anything she says bother you; all negativity has to bounce right off.
- My elderly mother is becoming mean, hateful and unreasonable. How can I deal with this?
Personality changes in elders such as becoming mean, hateful and unreasonable, are often due to fear and uncertainty. Many people deal with a loss of resources, functional capacities and independence, by going into self-protective emotional “survival mode.”