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April 2008 ARCHIVES:

161. When the Distant Family Members Say You are Doing it All Wrong! - April 1/2, 2008

162. Normal in Public - My husband behaved perfectly in front of old friends and relatives, making me look like a liar - April 9, 2008

163.Joan in Dementialand - HELP! I am surrounded by dementia - April 10, 2008

164.Washington DC - Here We Come - Information on the Alzheimer's Public Policy Forum - I am going to represent all of us.- April 11, 2008

165. A Poem of Communication - A reader's poem about her sadness at the loss of communication with her husband - April 12, 2008

166. Unconventional Solution for the Disappearing Conversation - Online dating for conversation? - April 14, 2008

167.Alzheimer Rage - Understanding the causes of rage that turns your spouse into a different person - April 15, 2008

168. Stories for Washington DC - Send me your stories to bring to Washington - April 17, 2008

169. Doctors Feeding Denial - The doctors who see our spouses for ailments other than Alzheimer's - they don't see them often enough to know what is really going on - April 18, 2008

170. Healing Tears - The value of expressing grief and mourning - April 19/20, 2008

171. The Alzheimer Cure - A tongue in cheek look at a humorous experience that we named "the Alzheimer Cure." - April 21, 2008

172. Announcements - HBO special; Project Lifesaver; Appearance at a conference panel - April 22, 2008

173. The Universal Language of AD Spouses - We understand each other - April 23, 2008

174.Basic Caregiver Tips -What they really mean for spouses - April 24, 2008

175. Lessons from Dr. Teena Cahill's Lecture - making a difference through caregiving - April 26/27, 2008

175, Remembering and Caring for the Positives in Your Spouse - another lesson from Dr. Cahill- April 28/29, 2008

176. Appreciating the Spouse We Have - April 30, 2008


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