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  • I'm a writer, photographer, consultant. Age 51. My father was a reporter and editor. Then he became something other than that. He died February 8, 2010 at 87. He was widowed in 2003. His decline started a little earlier. His sister died of Alzheimer's.

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Amy

I'm really glad you are back blogging. I'm definitely going to have to read that article now. I dismissed it because of the headline.

Karen

Happy you are back! I experienced this firsthand with my Mother. Glad to see someone finally recognize it as an issue.

Cathy

Ditto to both comments above!

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