""I don't know how to describe that feeling, where you just don't feel like you can go on anymore." In 2010, Elizabeth Wolf was living in Vermont, working for a nonprofit and happily exploring new pursuits, from raising chickens to contra dancing. But after several disturbing phone calls from and about her parents, Louis and Nancy Brood, she and her now-husband moved back into the split-level in Mt. Laurel, New Jersey, where she and her siblings had grown up. Elizabeth, then 30, expected to arrange caregiving help for her parents, then return to Vermont. But 5 years later, Elizabeth is still taking care of her 81-year-old father and 65-year-old mother, who both have Alzheimer's. @markmakela photographed Elizabeth with her father, Louis. "More than anything, the grief or loss I feel is in the form of loneliness," she said. Visit the link in our profile to see more photos by @markmakela and to read the full interview. #Alzheimers" By nytimes on Instagram.
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