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Mom and me were always best friends and we could tell each other anything. We have always been close but after she was diagnosed with Alzheimers, that changed. Is it true they will target the person they love the most? I'm no longer in the will and mom has since passed away and everyone now thinks, wow, what did she do to mom that mom took her off the will. This hurts me terribly because I would never hurt my mother or say anything disrespectful, I love her with all my heart and now not only am I not in the will but some of my family members think I did or said something to upset mom and that's not true. I can sleep at night because I know that I did nothing but it just hurts that people think things of me that aren't true. I know I can't do anything about what people think but it still hurts. Is this normal for a family member with Alzheimers to target someone whom they love dearly? OR do you think she might really feel this way about me? It only changed when mom got this terrible, terrible disease! Thank you for your help. I know the last question might not be answered because you didn't know mom but I just want your opinion on that.

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SneezeMD, her mom has passed away. Brokenhrtdmar I'm so sorry you've had to go through this. My mom doesn't have Alzheimers so I can't really answer your question from experience, but if you read any of the threads on this site from caregivers who's loved ones have Alzheimers, they often become paranoid and accuse their loved ones of stealing from them or trying to kill them or telling others they've hurt them or they're not feeding them, etc. So it sounds like it's a very common thing with that horrible, horrible disease. If your friends and family don't understand the nature of this disease, just point them to this website and tell them to start reading the questions from caregivers with loved ones with Alzheimers. Again, I'm sorry you've had to go through this and I'm sorry on the loss of your mom.
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You need a family law attorney and a psychiatrist for her.
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