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Sometimes it is difficult for caregivers to understand why their loved one is reacting in a particular way, especially if they are not acting in a way that is consistent with their normal behaviors or with some of our societal norms. For caregivers, remember that the brain of a person with a dementing illness is being changed by the illness and they are not always acting out for maliciousness.

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