1. banger696

    banger696 Registered User

    Sep 17, 2015
    225
    North East
    Usually around 6pm Mum starts staring and thinking, I try to reference familiar things around the house like curtains she bought years ago but the staring is very disconcerting. Anyone else?
     
  2. tatty

    tatty Registered User

    Oct 14, 2015
    61
    Oh yes , very diconcerting staring at me when I am washing up or sorting kitchen when she is at the table but not respnding to conversation to refocus , if alone often found staring at the wall right next to where she is sitting in the kitchen and lastly staring out of the window....hairdresser waving to her as she comes up the drive no repsnse:p as haidresser gets to door and waves again, window shutters slammed shut in bemused hairdressers face;) mind you saying that I do go off in my own little world too:D.:D.. however its the unblinking staring which is so off putting:eek:
     
  3. WORRIER123

    WORRIER123 Registered User

    Oct 1, 2015
    1,174
    The starring at the tv and not blinking
    I tried and it's impossible
    How do you not blink
     
  4. 1954

    1954 Registered User

    Jan 3, 2013
    3,835
    Sidcup
    Wow I thought it was just my MIL who did 'the staring, not blinking' thing! I too have tried staring and not blinking and I can't.

    She spends hours staring at nothing........why?


    1954 x
     
  5. Onlyme

    Onlyme Registered User

    Apr 5, 2010
    4,995
    UK
    As Mum progressed she would stare at the coving on the ceiling. If I made enough noise her eyes would swivel to me for a few seconds then back to the ceiling. I could feed her the entire meal without her eyes moving off that coving.
     

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