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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-18-2007, 10:36 AM Thread Starter
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Not only one person for everyone

Not to be the total anti-romantic but the myth that there is one special person for everyone is BS. Apparently there can be more than one.
Romance With Fellow Patient Improved Sandra Day O'Connor's Husband's Alzheimer's.
This is really tripped out. Imagine Someone being married for 40+ yrs and then given a new start to see who they would have chosen if they did not remember they were married. Interesting article, gotta imagine that in 10-20 years this is going to be really common with the baby boomers going into assisted living. Imagine visiting mom or dad only to see them with someone new. Pretty wild stuff.
http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,311556,00.html

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If there was only one person for everyone, the odds of finding them in the lifetime would be pretty slim
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I am failing to see the correlation between the "myth" and Alzheimer's patients hooking up. What did I miss??
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I am failing to see the correlation between the "myth" and Alzheimer's patients hooking up. What did I miss??
Okay, misstated but how freaky is that story and how "big" of her to understand and let the old guy be and be happy for him. I could see lesser women get pissed and carry on and make life miserable for the poor old guy in his last years.

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