Dementia, Mutts, and Music – What It’s Really Like When Your Husband Has Alzheimer’s Disease

Lori La Bey talks with Sue Fagalde Lick the author of No Way Out of This: Loving a Partner with Alzheimer’s. This is not the kind of Alzheimer’s memoir where you read about a noble, self-sacrificing wife who gives up everything to take care of her husband. Nobody’s that good. Certainly, Sue says she isn’t. 

Loving A Partner with Dementia


Why it’s tough to get an actual diagnosis.

Second marriages and how that can affect things.

How sexual relationships can change.

Therapy is not a bad word!

Dealing with tough decisions.

End-of-Life Planning.

Dynamics of long-distance family members.

Recognizing and dealing with your own anxiety and depression.

How several moves for a person living with dementia can be difficult.

Loving A Partner with Dementia

Loving A Partner with Dementia

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Loving A Partner with Dementia

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