Like slapping someone's hand away and being just cantankerous, argumentative, and flat refusal of aid?
I definitely have those days! It usually notice it more on the days when my PD symptoms are bad and I have had no sleep and too much pain. I try to find some quiet time and listen to some soothing music to help control the beast so to speak!
I had cantankerous and argumentative but soon put a stop to that! I was firm and said I wasn`t going to put up with it, left the room and I meant it!
Very little anger but lots of frustration over the difficulty of doing simple things like inserting a key into my dead bolt lock.
My most frustrating occurrence is short term memory loss and recalling words and names. I think it's because I am terrified of the dementia aspects of the disease.
Not having control over simple things like getting dressed , walking ....extremely frustrating. Anger is the result. When I was caring for my Father, he was often short -fused. Now, as someone with PD I understand. I am still very able to do things myself but I still remind myself every day to be mindful of my reactions and interactions with my wife.
I have the beginning stages of dementia. I try to see the positive side of it....I always have an excuse if someone (aka hubby) gets upset with me if I do something I shouldn't be doing. I just say I dont know what you are talking about..I dont remember that....always try to find the good side instead of focusing on the bad..thats what keeps me going
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