It is often said that we are our memories - that web of experiences, relationships, thoughts, and feelings that make us who we are. We don't remember it all of course. That would be impossible. Or would it?
People suffering from Alzheimer's disease can't remember. It starts when they can't remember things that happened recently. Or, when they start forgetting how to do simple tasks, like how to balance a checkbook.
Original content +Bob DeMarco , +Alzheimer's Reading Room
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