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Dementia and Passive-Aggressive

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0.1% of the posts that mention Passive-Aggressive also mention Dementia (80 posts)

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Dementia (taken from Latin, originally meaning "madness", from de- "without" + ment, the root of mens "mind") is a serious loss of cognition ability in a previously unimpaired person, beyond what might be expected from normal Ageing. It may be static, the result of a unique global ... Read more on Wikipedia

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Passive–aggressive behavior, a personality trait theory, is passive, sometimes obstructionist resistance to following through with expectations in interpersonal or occupational situations. It is a personality trait marked by a pervasive pattern of negative attitudes and passive, usually disavo... Read more on Wikipedia
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What patients are saying about Dementia and Passive-Aggressive

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mil has dementia now so things are different with her, but...
My mil has dementia now so things are different with her, but before dementia she was very much like your mil. I couldn't ...now I see that she was very passive aggressive toward me in a VERY...
about your mom having dementia.  That is really tough. ...
You are completely right, Viola.  They are the passive, aggressive type, especially MIL.  And I agree that they are ...sorry about your mom having dementia.  That is really tough.  We...
say to myself, it's the dementia, but on the other hand, my...
...say to myself, it's the dementia, but on the other hand, my ...etc. So you wonder how much of this is passive-aggressive behavior intended to hurt rather than an out-of-their-control result...
she changed. Became bitter and very passive aggressive...
...is severely deteriorating. While on treatment she changed. Became bitter and very passive aggressive. Then she stopped treatment ...2. Painkillers are effecting her 3. Dementia/ Althzeimers ...
But I get the whole passive aggressive thing happening. The...
...his mind a little after that. But I get the whole passive aggressive thing happening. The \" Guess I'd better do some ...a 6 hour shift in the dementia work, is more draining than...
on to them when the dementia takes over. Many hugs and...
...that she was doing her passive-aggressive behaviors, and somehow I had done something to make her angry. The first 6 months ...hold on to them when the dementia takes over. Many hugs and...
is she has dealt with people with dementia before and I...
...with my DH having a lot of personality changes. My apartment manager ...that is she has dealt with people with dementia before and I told ...am fat. He has always been passive aggressive bu...
own. However, his passive-aggressive behavior patterns have...
...passive-aggressive parent My dad ...his own. However, his passive-aggressive behavior patterns have also gotten worse with age, to ...life-threatening), and his GP says it's not dementia eith...
optimal service. I know the dementia wings in the places...
...still more or less without dementia and handles most ...way to grease the wheels. That said, treatment of dementia is quite expensive and ...for optimal service. I know the dementia wings ...
did and she is too passive aggressive to tell you. That...
...then something like Alzheimers disease, dementia, or depression could be the ...that you did and she is too passive aggressive to tell you. That is ...just a case of passive aggressive anger...
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