Mrs T (65) has always been described as somewhat ‘odd’. As a former fashion designer for the stars, she likes dressing up in unique attire.
Two years ago, Mrs T had to retire from designing when she started having difficulty reading and recognising faces. She bought over-the-counter reading glasses, which did not really make a difference.
Mrs T enjoys reading and writing, and not being able to do this anymore is very troubling for her.
She became particularly concerned when her mother phoned her, saying that she was “fed up with the stupid cat following her around”. Mrs T does not own a cat.
One night, Mrs T’s daughter received a very disturbing phone call from her mother. Mrs T was very upset, complaining that there was a life-sized Barbie doll wearing a dress made of scissors in her bedroom.
Her daughter initially thought her mother was joking because she couldn't sleep, but when she started crying she became very concerned.
Mrs T said, “I know what I see is silly and makes no sense, but I can’t seem to get rid of it.”
The next morning Mrs T’s daughter finally decides to take her mother to her GP.
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