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If anyone knows how tragic Alzheimer’s can be, it is my mother.She lovingly cared for my dad — who also had the disease — at home for many years. I don’t even believe in a higher power, let alone one true God.Even so, for the past several years I often find myself praying.As long as I can remember my parents have been feeding, bathing, brushing teeth, dressing, and moving my grandfather from place to place. He does not recognize any of us and is only responsive to music.Long story short, he has been on the decline for a very long time.
Alzheimer’s has wiped away most of her brain, including her memories, personality and ability to communicate.Simon Hi Simon, Thank you so much for reading my blog and for your comment.I know so many of us can relate to your feelings…I hope you can forgive yourself at some point.Instead of a magical cure, I pray for an end to my mother’s life. Ironically, Mummy, as her family often calls her, is in remarkable physical health.At age 92, she takes few medications and is ambulatory.