My Mom has been showing signs of early Demenitia recently. She's hearing non-exestant "music". Nothing unpleasant. Actually lovely gospel music. She has been told by her brother and one of her friends that they can't hear it. This was at her home. She went to a funeral with her brother Thursday. She said "Why, J.B.! 'Coming Home' is on your radio!" J.B. said "Ruby, my radio isn't on". I haven't been there when the music is "playing" as this is recent. She thought it was coming from the neighbors house. I'll be there Thanksgiving. I know from past experience that telling someone their delusion isn't real just extremely upsets them. This is from experience with my Grandmom and my partners Mom. My partners Mother wasn't exposed to too many outsider's. So, we just went along with her and that seemed to calm her down. But, Mom has already been told the music isn't really there. A friend suggested I tell her that God comforts us in strange ways. Not to worry about it and just consider it a gift. Sounds sweet and as if it might help her. What should I do?
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