Alone Together

When a Spouse Develops Alzheimer’s Disease, the Painful Goodbye Can Last Decades

The man I live with is not the man I fell in love with and married. My physician husband, with his athletic torso and steely blue eyes, has slowly been robbed of something we all take for granted: the ability to navigate the mundane activities of daily living—bathing, shaving, dressing and using the bathroom.

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