- Jan 30, 2018
did anyone else feel lost after been diagnosed?
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Hello Jorbin. You may be feeling what is called anticipatory grief and here is a link to an AS Factsheet about the matter (see page 4 in particular) https://www.alzheimers.org.uk/download/downloads/id/1796/factsheet_grief_loss_and_bereavement.pdfdid anyone else feel lost after been diagnosed?
Thank you for the fact sheet I have not read that one.Hello Jorbin. You may be feeling what is called anticipatory grief and here is a link to an AS Factsheet about the matter (see page 4 in particular) https://www.alzheimers.org.uk/download/downloads/id/1796/factsheet_grief_loss_and_bereavement.pdf
When my wife was diagnosed we both suffered from it. I found that I worked through this phase quickly as I got busy organising things. However, I don't think my wife is through it yet.
It may help you to use whatever facilities are available in your area to get talking to people and here is a link to a page where you can use your post code to see what's available in your region http://alzheimers.org.uk/?_ga=2.267462092.330343123.1523487101-559654205.1505889693
Google Dementia Adventure for supported holidays. I hear they are very good. Enjoy.Hi
I am not frightened. I have the support of the memory clinic and will be attending the In2minds course next months, and do to YODEL but still feel lost.
I can keen on photography and take photos for fundraising and would like to travel with others who understand.