How do Caregivers move beyond past bad behavior?

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It's not just moving beyond the past hurts and forgiving, but it's the continuation of the same hurtful behavioral situations. The only change is that now it has a name, Alzheimers.

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If I don't forgive the past hurtful action and move on, it only eats away at me. The anger that erupts when I dwell on it causes depression for me. It may be a slow process, but never give up on trying to let it go. I am speaking from experience, not the moral "high road."
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Hello, Not sure what you mean. If you mean the disease itself, Alzheimers the way I deal with that is: that person is just not them at all, the person you once knew is gone its honestly the only thing that helps me. Best to you keep in touch with everyone here it really helps!!!
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I think that's why we give it a name. It makes it easier to cope and deal with it. It's strange to think about, but just imagine what people like you went through before they had a name for it. I don't know what hurtful situations you are trying to move past, but I'm sure you can do it because now you can read all about the disease and understand it more clearly. best wishes.
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