Faced with an incurable illness like Alzheimer’s disease that strikes unpredictably, it’s not surprising that we grasp at any information that gives us a sense of control and a feeling of understanding. This desire to understand and control the uncontrollable helps to explain why we’re so susceptible to holding myths about Alzheimer’s as fact.
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Common Sense Caregiving A Weekly Column On Caring for the Memory-Impaired. Gary Joseph LeBlanc is the author of, “Staying Afloat in a Sea of Forgetfulness” "Managing Alzheimer's and Dementia Behaviors" and co-author of “While I Still Can.” Also, a weekly columnist of “Common Sense Caregiving” published in the Tampa Tribune and Hernando Today and many other health publications.