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Frontotemporal Dementia: A Brain Disease That Challenges Definitions of Mental Illness

Every practicing psychiatrist has seen a patient whose presentation resembles Chad’s. Chad consulted me almost 2 decades ago, but I remember him well. It was a few months before his 60th birthday. He was “facing mortality” and thought he might be getting depressed. Chad complained of trouble concentrating and said that simple tasks like balancing his checkbook had become more difficult. His legal work no longer engaged him, and he was spending more time on the 

http://www.psychiatrictimes.com/dementia/frontotemporal-dementia-brain-disease-challenges-definitions-mental-illness?GUID=B19FE8E9-8F39-4022-B4BD-BBD3EB3F098B&rememberme=1&ts=24082017

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Living the dream in SW France-Retired Love Swimming, Rambling, Labrador's, Pilates, Photography, Astronomy, Reiki, Travelling. Currently studying Psychology, and member of NAAP. I believe in truth, honesty, karma and integrity! KEEPING IT REAL - No one likes someone who lies and lives a different life on social media than they do in real life. ≧◔◡◔≦

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