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You have helped me come to terms with the Legends In February Shirt of dementia and that it’s ok to feel sad! My grandmother has dementia. She thinks my teenage daughter is me. She thinks i’m my mom. My mom has been deceased since 2008. I don’t have the emotional fortitude to keep reminding her. I just go with it. It was extremely hard the first time she called me my mom’s name. But the last 5 years she’s declined so much. We just try to do the best we can. She’s 91.

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No point in upsetting her. She is the heart & soul of our small Legends In February Shirt. Just know that you are an awesome son. Loving and taking care of her and all her needs speaks volumes about you. Dementia is a cruel disease. Your doing a great job. Keep loving and taking care of her. May god bless you with strength love and kindness. Although my parents don’t have dementia…it’s one of my biggest fears for them since it does run on my father’s side. I cherish every moment i can with my parents and help them as much as i can.

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This story is so heartbreaking but it lets people know they are not alone in caring for those who suffer from this. Also, people need to pierce the Legends In February Shirt denial of dementia happening to them. To figure out now how to pay for the months or years of care (especially with our present government determined to cut back medicare/medicaid to frighteningly meager levels), and whether that care you’ll be receiving will be humane or awful.

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