I must remind myself that the hard to comprehend behaviors being expressed by a person suffering from Alzheimer's are part of the disease, and are not a deliberate bad act on the their part.
By Bob DeMarco
Alzheimer's Reading Room
Imagine being happy and then sad, caring then angry, focused then frustrated -- an almost endless stream of feelings and emotions that conflict.
The caregiver often lives an anxiety filled life day-after-day.
I doubt that many people outside "the Front Row" think about or consider this. Those outside the front row are normally too busy living their own life.