📍 Kentucky, USA
"I watched her slowly deteriorate before she went into the hospital. So it was a lot at once. I’m normally someone who’s very in touch with my emotions - I’m not afraid to cry and stuff. But ever since my mom died my brain has built a wall between me and my emotions..."
📍 British Columbia, Canada
"Something positive happened after Mom died that I wasn’t expecting. Being freed from the reality of her in the present, allowed memories of happier times with her to come flooding back. Instead of thinking of mom in a wheelchair, I remembered times together before she got Alzheimers."