Blame the disease, not the person, when caregiving gets frustrating

By Angela Lunde, Mayo Clinic health education outreach coordinator

Another perspective that can be helpful:

i.e. separate the disease from the person and the person from the behaviors.

Doing this helps you see that it’s the disease, not the person you love with dementia that you’re angry or frustrated with.

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