My cousin died last year at 98, her only problem was increasingly poor sight. She used to exercise every day including hanging by her arms from the door frames to stretch. There's a family photo taken when she was in her 90's and she's sitting cross-legged on the floor. She too had a mind as sharp as a tack.
Hope I've inherited that strand of the family genes....
Hello Twinklestar 12
I am sorry you felt the need to delete your post . I hope you will feel able to post on Talking Point again as their is a wealth of knowledge and understanding as well as cyber support on here
While I was watching my mum decline with mixed dementia I too felt it was not fair, I still do even though she is now free.
Sadly Dementia is one of many horrid diseases that we can suffer from
I would like to second what Lin1 has to say. Unfortunately I did not read your post before you deleted it. Do come back and talk to us on here. They say a trouble shared is a trouble halved. No one is one here to judge, we have all been there with our doubts and worries and concerns. We all need each other.
I'll second that - I have found real comfort in sharing my problems with people that have or are going through the same thing. Nobody judges or criticises and it's good knowing you can let off steam if you need to xxxx