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This is going to be hard, especially if it really is dementia. The lashing out and aggressiveness are then likely symptoms of it, and if they have been going on for a couple of years already, this might mean your friend is already gone. A relative of mine has dementia, and there's nothing left. You can pretend to be the nicest person in the world, all you'll ...


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I have bipolar disorder and it's been hell to my relatives the first few months when I came back from hospital. I'm not sure where this will shift from interpersonal to medical knowledge but here is a few things that I've learned along the way. As someone with bipolarity, especially in the first year before medication kick in, you will do stupid things ...


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First, let me start with an analogy. Have you ever had a sore knee? A really really sore knee, where you stop at the top of the stairs and take a really deep breath and have to steel yourself to make it down the stairs and you say ow with every step? I think most of us have, sometimes. Now, have you ever had a knee so sore you just couldn't face the stairs ...


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