Life Lessons: Myrna Hamilton may have dementia but she’s clear about the importance of helping others

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With the fast-paced urgency of life, EastIdahoNews.com is slowing down for a moment to bring you some words of advice from the wisest among us. Every Tuesday, we’ll be posting a “Life Lesson” from a resident of the Lincoln Court Retirement Community.

Myrna Hamilton has dementia but that isn’t stopping her from sharing lessons from her life. She believes in being kind and courteous to everyone and says as a mother, she learned the importance of setting rules.

Myrna says she regrets that she has lost so many loved ones and she looks forward to being reunited with them again.

Watch the video above to see our conversation with Myrna.

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