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ku_zz

Came here to feel not to laugh, dang it OP

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xjugglax

I'm not crying, you're crying.

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coolestgeek

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eltchinas

thats sad.....

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darth_somnia

Damn... I can feel his and her pain. All those years working as a caretaker for elderly that suffer from dementia I can see they are both in pain. It's hard for both parties. Hard for the mother / parent to not know for sure that the person you are looking in the eyes is your child and hard for the child to see the mother slipping away along with all the memories the parent had of you

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tuama00

No man!!! Im came here to laugh!!! Not to see that face and that story!!! you just ruined my another terrible days!! Now i want to hugh u and ur mum

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typingbrick

This is worse than death.

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dontknowmind

I fear the day my mom gets Alzheimer's and won't be able to recognize her own kids.

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xxxescapemaster

I wish when my mom like this she has a good and humble heart no an old grumpy old woman with dementia that will broke me to pieces. just like everyday since she become poor.

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arnekovski

I want to cry after seeing this: imagine slowly losing parts of your memory whilst trying to pretend to the outside world that you know what is going on, then being confronted by your son that you did not remember his name and him laughing about it. She died inside a hundred times. I hope he comforted her afterwards, telling her that he will aways be there for her whether she remembers him or not.

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