About Me

Hello, my name is Carol. I am 47 years old and disabled with Type I (insulin-dependent) diabetes, low blood pressure, diabetic neuropathy, blind in one eye, diabetic ulcer on foot, and I have had 3 heart attacks in March of 2016. I miss working very much. This is a way for me to make some money. I have 4 children, 2 boys and 2 girls. Ages 30, 26, 25, 21. I am divorced. My oldest daughter is having a son this July 14th, then, Sept 24th my oldest son is having his first child. So, I’m ready for it because I’m sure I will get to babysit.

As everyone knows Dementia is the first stages of Alzheimers. I hate the word “Dementia,” because my mother is in a nursing home with dementia. I love to go see her, but, it’s not the same as all the previous years. She is 68 and dementia controls her. I want to talk to her, but, when she talks back I can never hear her because she talks in such a low voice. I always wonder if she knows who I am, or, even if she knows that I have been to see her. She can’t walk so I can’t take her anywhere. It’s terrible and so sad, not including, all the meds that the nursing home keep her doped up on, that makes it worse. Every time I see her I just cry. I can’t reminisce with my mother, or anything. I don’t think I have ever felt more pain and not being able to do anything about it makes it worse. I didn’t know exactly how bad dementia was until my mother got it, otherwise, I would have created my website before.

I want to control my own mind. I don’t want my mind controlling me. That is why I came up with my website:   dementiapreventions.com
I like helping others and always will. Nothing makes me feel better than knowing I put a smile on someone’s face by helping them. So, I hope and pray that my website dementiapreventions.com will help many people. Dementia robs many, many people everyday of their lives. I’m sick of it, so, lets nip it in the bud before it’s too late. You can do that by going to dementiapreventions.com, where, you will learn many ways to avoid dementia. By knowing the ways to prevent dementia we can save lives, plus, prevent sorrow, pain, and the loss of loved ones. We lose many years and memories with loved one’s who have dementia, but, it doesn’t have to be that way. So, go to dementiapreventions.com to stop this illness from killing so many people.

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