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    Fetish for toilet paper

    I too find that my Mum will get toilet paper, fold it into squares and "tuck" it away into her pockets, drawers & cupboards. Fortunately she doesn't seem to get through rolls n rolls if it... Sent from my iPhone using Talking Point
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    Canarys mum has been set free

    Sorry for your loss Canary...Sending my deepest sympathy xx Sent from my iPhone using Talking Point
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    Possible reanal failure

    Hello Canary, I too would like to say thinking of you in your current situation. As for your posts they don't sound clinical or uncaring at all. Take care Sent from my iPhone using Talking Point
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    Constant telephone calls

    Hi My mum was diagnosed in 2010 and also did this. She started to do it in 2015. She would start in the afternoon and continue until I arrived in the evening after work when I'd go to visit her. Then the calls suddenly stopped a few months ago & she no longer does it!Obviously she didn't know...
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    Mum has dementia, Dad diagnosed with terminal cancer. How to tell Mum

    I've just re-read my post I wrote on here just over 2 years ago.. What a nightmare it all turned out to be..I must let everyone know that in the end I found that the man who'd been my stepfather for 28 years & his two daughters had lied about him having terminal cancer. Who does that!???..It was...
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    Mum has dementia, Dad diagnosed with terminal cancer. How to tell Mum

    Hi, It's not news I would repeat over & over to my mum. I just wanted opinions on whether or not the truth should be told to her the one time. I've always had a very close relationship with her and I wish I could protect her from all what is to come...I even phoned my mums memory clinic before...
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    Mum has dementia, Dad diagnosed with terminal cancer. How to tell Mum

    Thank you all for your comments, and the thread for communicating with a person with dementia. It made me cry. There are some things I've obviously been doing wrong. Mum has said numerous times that she feels awful because she hasn't visited my step-dad in hospital. I've been telling her that...
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    Mum has dementia, Dad diagnosed with terminal cancer. How to tell Mum

    Hi I'm new to this site. I wondered if anyone has ever had same kind of situation? I appreciate everyone is different & no two situations are exactly the same. Mum has early stages of dementia. My stepfather was admitted to hospital very recently & now diagnosed with an aggressive cancer. I'm...