Just a little over a year ago, I was first diagnosed with MCI (mild cognitive impairment). Over the next 6 months of meeting with various Neurologists and going through numerous tests like MRI's, Cognitive Batteries, PET scans and Lumbar Punctures, I was diagnosed with Alzheimer's. And since I was only 54 years old that designated my type as Early-onset.
If you are familiar with any of the above, then you are at the right place. Here you will find the things you are looking for. Answers, Information, Hope, and a way forward through the shock and trauma to finding life again. This is not some religious belief system or positive thinking manipulation. This is simple and what works. It works for me and will for you.
First just know this is real. This is hard. Getting diagnosed with a disease or condition that does not have a cure and has a definite short life expectancy, is not easy to cope with. You can be upset, you can grieve and give up, you can even walk in denial, but the hard truth is the hard truth. I am there too. I have walked through the shock, denial, and grief. I still visit all of them but less often and with less painful emotions... Because I'm busy living again. Time may be short, but I have lots to do and lots to give.
When you are ready... join me.