4 comments on “Alzheimers Symptoms: Does Celebrating Who You Are Now Mean Forgetting Who You Are Not?

  1. Blaze,
    You share with such love, understanding, and appreciation.
    Beautiful writing.
    I lost my mom to Alzheimers. I totally feel what you are saying here.
    Wynn

  2. Ina Gilmore on Sep 22, 2012 11:13 am |

    Thanks Wynn for your comment. Alzheimer’s touches so many people, and Blaze’s beautiful story is uplifting in an often devastating disease.

  3. Wynn,

    Having a loved one be diagnosed with Alzheimer’s can be such a challenge. We are called to experience someone’s life and death that is beyond compare…and yet there can be a gentle sweetness and grace to this process, both for them and for us, when we can allow it in.

    I trust that the love of your Mother lives on in your heart and permeates all that you do and be in world.

    Many hugs,
    Blaze

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