Dementia: A Living Death

Leonard Ewy

When my mother’s body dies, her obituary will accurately state her date of birth, but the reported date of her death will be a lie. The truth is that her soul has been dead for a long time.

Mom has dementia, probably Alzheimer’s disease. Her memory is lost. She awakens every day not only to a world of strangers but as a stranger to herself.

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