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What I’ll Say to my Children if I’m Diagnosed With Alzheimer’s

I did NOT write the following, but it made me think…I used to be one of the people that wished a loved one would die in his sleep.  This blog has given me new perspective.  What she writes is completely true…the experience does bring us closer to God.  With every experience there is a reason.  Sometimes it’s hard to see what that reason is, but we need to trust God.

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I was skimming some other dementia blogs lately and a reader had written in saying, that though she felt guilty about it, she wished her mother would die in her sleep and not have to continue livin…

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