Dad dog

This is one for your parents

 

Memory loss, impaired judgment, mood swings… These are only a few signs that a loved one of yours have the tendency to develop Alzheimer’s.

But when you finally have it, everything changes. The brain changes. All of a sudden, mental and functional problems begin to surface one by one. It’s harder when you see it happen to your own parent.

For youtube user Lisa Abeyta, it’s a painful reality she has to deal with constantly.

It’s pretty saddening to watch, but it’s a good reminder to cherish your loved ones while you still have them.