""If you continue to think of who you were right up until the time you got Alzheimer's, you will experience frustration, decline, failure, a lesser self. Not good company. I sometimes can't complete a thought. I could feel bad about myself. If I have to measure up to what I was before I became this, I can't. But if you let that go, then you are still becoming something. And it's not necessarily a diminution of yourself. You must realize, it ain't over." — Geri Taylor, 72
Everyone knows how #Alzheimers ends. @nytimes spent 20 months with one woman to see how it begins. Today's edition of @nytimes includes a special 12-page section that tells the story of a woman finding her way through the early stages of Alzheimer's disease. To see more photos by @mikirbysmith —and to read the full article, written by @nytimes reporter N.R. Kleinfield — visit the link in our profile. #nytweekender" By nytimes on Instagram.
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