One day when I was visiting Ed, my beloved Romanian life partner of 30 years, in the memory care facility where he lived, they were having a festive sing-along. I sat down beside him to keep him company.
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The particular grief that comes with Alzheimers can be difficult because you realize the person you love will one day not recognize you. This is a mental anquish and a pain as the days go by.
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