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Dementia-Woman – When a person slowly disappears

A feeling of loneliness pervades me, as if I have become a stranger in my own life. The sadness of no longer being able to hold on to the familiar details of my loved ones and my own history hurts deeply. I hope that my family and friends will keep the love and happy moments in our lives in their memories, even if I can no longer remember them myself.

Dementia-Man – When a person slowly disappears

Inside me, I feel a deep confusion and an agonizing sense of loss, as if the essence of my life is slowly fading away. I feel the painful loneliness and isolation as the connections to my past, my loved ones and myself disappear more and more. A tinge of nostalgia and longing pervades my thoughts as I try to grasp the fading fragments of my identity. I desperately search for moments of inner peace and clarity amidst the dense fog that surrounds my thoughts.

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