Yesterday proved to be unusual. I didn’t realize that it was Thursday and kept thinking it was Wednesday. Chad told me it was Thursday. But I couldn’t remember a thing from Wednesday……….nothing. It was as though I lost an entire day in my life. AND here’s a kicker! I truly thought Chad had told me he was a secret undercover financial consultant to New York City and the city paid him 1.3 million dollars for his job. But they paid him in cash without taxes. And the money was hidden in our home somewhere. I didn’t dream it. I was truly convinced this was true. Pam and Chad kept telling me to get it out of my head. I was adamant that we had money hidden in the house. Even to the point of my saying, “I won’t tell anybody since I don’t want someone breaking into the house.” Pam finally said, “Just go ahead and think what you want to but there is no money in this house.” Today, I realize it was all false. I’m sure it had something to do with feeling overly exhausted with minimal concentration and focus yesterday. Today seems much better. Given my need to try to analyze things (yes, I am a psychiatrist), I can’t make sense out of this Lewy Body Disease. It is baffling and cunning. No wonder caregivers get frustrated with us!
This should probably be taped to your bathroom mirror where one could read it everyday.You may not realize it, but these are 100% true.
- There are at least two people in this world that you would die for.
- At least 15 people in this world love you in some way.
- Natalie S. does an excellent job with her Daily Dementia News Discusssion
- 12 Things You Don’t Know About the White House — Surprising Facts About America’s White House in Washington, DC
- New Brain Training System Entertains While Fighting Dementia: Dakim Brain Fitness System Delivers Game Show-Like Mental Workout …….If you can afford this, please let me know. We’ll become best friends!
- The Bible (on one sheet of paper)
The following is how the world ranks as a whole on IQ tests:
140 or higher: means that you’re a genius (less than 2% of the world population).
120 to 139: means you’re far above average (approximately 10% of the population).
110 to 119: means you’re above average (approximately 15% of the population).
95 to 109: means you’re average (approximately 50% of the population).
80 to 94: means you’re below average (approximately 20% of the population).
Less than 80: honestly it means you’re far below average (approximately 3% of the population), don’t panic if you’re in this category, a recent study showed that people can increase their IQ level to more than 35%, which means that if your IQ is between 80 to 94 (below average), it can change to 110 to 119 (above average) just with training and methods that are considered IQ boosters.
You might be the smartest person in the world and you may not even know it, because most of people don’t know their actual IQ.
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