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2015年2月23日星期一

Reality with Alzheimer's


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  Beep, beep.



  The door bell snapped her out of it. Were they here? Had she invited them over today?

  "Just a minute!"

  She rubbed her eyes with her sleeves, combed her fingers through her matted hair as she walked, took a deep breath, and open the door. There was no one there.

  Auditory and visual hallucinations were realities for about half of people with Alzheimer's disease, but so far she hadn't experienced any. Or maybe she had. When she was alone, there wasn't any clear way of knowing whether what she experienced was reality or her reality with Alzheimer's. It wasn't as if her disorientations, confabulations, delusions, and all other demented thingies were highlighted in fluorescent pink, unmistakably distinguishable from what was normal, actual, and correct. From her perspective, she simply couldn't tell the difference. The rug was a hole. That noise was the doorbell.

Still Alice, p216~217
Lisa Genova
ISBN 978-1-4391-0281-7

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