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Monday, July 03, 2023

Actor Joke Silva Says Husband Olu Jacobs' Ailment Has Changed Him

 The actor is battling Dementia with Lewy Bdies (DLB)

29 comments:

  1. Awwwww God bless you Ma. It’s not easy looking after one with dementia. My late dad battled with it before passing away. Some days are not cool, other days, God be praised. But in all, you are doing great and don’t forget to take care of yourself Ma. Love you 😘

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  2. It's well with you Ma...
    GOD is your strength!

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    1. Young horny randy men suddenly obsessed with polygamy will never learn...
      that ya 18yr old latest wife, along with her 12 older co-wives will NEVER look after you (if ur get ill) with the dedication that a loving wife would)

      Caring for a person with this illness is a very big sacrifice, the patient helplessly react, sometimes violently because they truly don't know their loved ones anymore. It needs care nurses and patience with deep big LOVE

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  3. God will give you the strength to keep taking care of him, ma"am.

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  4. I love how she is not only taking care of him but also speaking out about her husband's health challenges

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    1. She’s simply the best!! May God give her the strength to carry on. I love them so much.

      Sluttychic.

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  5. Eeeeeyah........ May God keep strengthening her. This is what marriage entails. For better, for worse. Such a strong woman.

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  6. Eyah! It's well with you Ma, more strength..I love her last statement, about still loving the man regardless of his health challenge..it takes love to cater for another

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  7. My mum had the same thing. Rest in peace mummy🙏🏿

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  8. The Lord is your strength ma

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  9. Awww, God will continue to strengthen you mama, your marriage is an inspiration to someone like me.

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  10. Chioma kelechi3 July 2023 at 16:10

    Awww! True love is everything. May the good Lord strengthen you ma

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  11. The first time I realized that my grandmother did not know who I was, it was a feeling that I cannot describe. I wept inside, the crying without tears. All I did was talked to her as we usually did, gave her lots of hugs and kisses. I was shocked the day the told me to come here and kiss her again.

    It is a rough journey and I cannot imagine the love of one’s life, the person you made children with, and planned on growing old together with becoming like a stranger. It is really so important to stay in the moment and enjoy life when it is good. I hope she take rests and time to recharge her batteries. Being a caregiver is mentally, physically, and emotionally exhausting.

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  12. Awww...
    Not easy at all ma'am God will continue to strengthen you.
    My Mother-in-law back then suffered this and Pheww!!!!!! it was a hell load of work, but with love in your heart...
    it is well ma'am !

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  13. You are doing well Ma. May God bless your beautiful heart. It will be well. In Jesus name.




    Obi for president
    Wizkid FC
    Proudly Tiv

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  14. Marry one wife, ur best friend, men no dey hear. No one knows tomorrow.This is what marriage is all about. It is well, good woman.

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  15. Dementia, hmm, My late dad went through it. I will forever bless God for my one in a million sister inlaw in whose home he spent his last years. May God remember you for good mummy T.
    Your value is far more than diamond.

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  16. I hope she raises awareness on this ailment.

    There is early onset dementia.

    All my professional ladies, once in a while, take a break from research, reading, digital courses, e.t.c. Relax and live soft life too. Listen to music and calm down. Stress is not so good.

    KING XOXO MYSTERY

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  17. Researchers say close to 40% of dementia cases have these risk factors: High blood pressure, Smoking, Diabetes, Obesity, Lack of physical activity, Poor diet, High alcohol consumption among others. Of course there is genetics involved and some research says exposure to extreme levels of aluminum can cause dementia later in life. Nobody knows tomorrow but we can pray, eat healthy, refrain from smoking, exercise & reduce alcohol intake. It’s very tough on loved ones emotionally & physically and like some pointed out, men & women who glorify lack of commitment in a relationship or marriage may regret it in old age, dementia or something minor . For some it’s cataracts, knee problem, cardiac issues etc and they need loved ones to care for them not just money. There is elder abuse in some nursing homes so care by loved ones is the best. Be committed to your spouse now that you are young, have energy, you just may need him or her later on.

    By then kids would have families and careers checking up on you. Some live with their kids in the basement & caregivers are sent during the daytime.

    I see some movies now acting like alcoholic wine is the main thing now used to entertain in Naija. It’s not even good for the stomach as wine contains sulfites that cause abdominal pain, headache and other reactions. I know you can get a sulfite removing teabag online but it’s better to avoid alcohol, especially liquor (spirits like schnapps, vodka,etc). To those who love club hopping, drinking liquor anyhow (high %of alcohol), you are not only at risk of dementia later on but also liver problems.

    This is just fyi, not implying Uncle Olu lived carelessly, very far from it. He has the image of a very disciplined man. May God strengthen the wife and other caregivers in Jesus Name, Amen🙏🏾

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  18. Na who ask her? She dey use her husband's health do amebo. Nonsense woman!

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    1. Stop being insensitive here

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  19. May God continue to strengthen Mummy Joke and the entire family.

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