Dementia is the loss of reasoning functioning thinking, retention, wise, and behavioral aptitude to such an extent that it interferes with an individual’s daily life activities.
The following are ways on how to talk and comfort a family with a sick member;
- I’m sorry to hear about the trouble you are in right now. I know that everything will be good again in no time. Don’t concern so much about it. Aunt is now in the harmless hands of an outstanding medical group.
- I just heard aunt developed some complications. If there is a thing I can do to help you while she is recovering, remember to call me.
- In these times of suffering, I stand with you. If you need anything, I would be happy to help. Stay strong!
- My prayers are with you during this difficult time. Remember that we are in this together. Everything will be good with time.
- What we are going through right now is something that is not going to last eternally. Aunt will get back on her feet soon.
- We are intensely concern about the condition during these nerve-racking and troubling times. This is the time she/he will require us more than ever. Let us stay strong.
- I know that moving from place to place to save a loved one’s life can be very revolting. I care so much about you. Everything will come back to normal in no time. We are in this together.
- I wanted to let you know that you’re not on your own during this difficult time. I’m praying for aunt to feel better again in no time. May you have the forte and confidence to deal with this!
- Stay optimistic! Things are going to be better soon. And remember that we are here to give aid in this moment of trauma.
- I’m so sorry aunt has to go through all this. We must stand with each other, walk, and struggling together to help her get over this. I have faith to see aunt back on her feet soon.
Thanks for reading.
By Shadrack Wandera