Alzheimer’s Acceptance: Blog 3 – Alzheimer’s Story

Hello and Welcome to Sweeny's Blogs! This is the third blog in my Alzheimer's Acceptance Series, My Alzheimer's Story. Today's blog is going to be based around a story that I have written about the first time my grandmother forgot who I was. The story is quite a sad story but provides a real insight …

Alzheimer’s Acceptance: Blog 2 – The Term Accept/Acceptance

Hello, Welcome to the Second Blog in my Alzheimer's Acceptance series! This blog is going to talk about the terms accept and acceptance. I am going to talk about what these phrases mean, how they relate to Alzheimer's and how even though they are both only one word each, how they have hundreds of meanings. …

Alzheimer’s Acceptance – Blog 1 -Introduction

Hello all, This is going to be the first blog in my new Alzheimer's Acceptance series. This blog is going to act as an introduction into the series of blogs that will be released in the upcoming weeks regarding this topic. Acceptance. A single word with hundreds of meanings and hundreds of obstacles. To accept …

Poem – Looking into the Mind of Mental Health

  The following Poem is a Poem I have written called Looking into the Mind of Mental Health. I created the poem in such a way to illustrate how some people feel when they become overwhelmed with entities such as stress and work. Here is the poem: Looking into the Mind of Mental Health My …

Rhythmical Thinking: A Stuttering Solution?

Stuttering is one of lifes obstacles that can prove difficult to overcome. Certain types of people learn methods and techniques to help overcome stuttering, however others can struggle. I'm going to be doing a series of blogs with methods I use to help reduce the amount I stutter. This method i like to refer to …

Alzheimer’s: The Bookcase Analogy

The Bookcase Analogy is a theory I first found on YouTube in a video by The Alzheimer's Society, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kkvyGrOEIfA . The theory is one of the many theories used to describe how Alzheimer's affects a persons mind. I have explained this theory briefly on my website, Don't Forget Me, so if any of you have …