Worries, we all have them, we all deal with them every day, but to what end? Do we worry about what will happen to us in the future? These things rob us of our today’s peace and joy, and we lose living in the present. To put it short and sweet, worries need to either be forgotten or addressed as needed to put on a plan or list.
Having friends, you can be honest with makes life so much richer. That doesn't mean that if you’re not doing well that it's OK to be a Debbie downer, no, we are all still responsible for our own happiness.
Having a positive attitude allows to achieve thankfulness and gratitude but they are not the same - the difference between thankfulness and gratitude and which one effects a positive attitude is important to everyone not just people with dementia.
Being positive is a choice, some days it is not an easy one. But what I have learned is that I can be in control, I can choose, and so can you.
Don't let goals get in your way of finding joy, just because you have dementia.
Avoiding depression and apathy takes faith in God. Put your faith in God's love and the fact that he still has a purpose for you and your life.
Each of us are mirrors of each other. Being positive even when things are not going your way can lighten the whole room.