Author Christine Bryden’s journey of living with dementia begins when she receives a diagnosis for Alzheimer’s at the age of 46.
“Who Will I Be When I Die?” by Christine Bryden is a personal account of living with dementia. Follow Christine’s story and uncover how the disease progressed over the years, and how she’s doing today.
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I was only forty-six — old by my daughters’ reckoning, but surely far too young to get an old people’s disease like Alzheimer’s. Any rate, I wasn’t forgetful, just stressed out — with migraines and getting a little confused every now and then — taking the wrong turn a few times surely didn’t mean I was getting senile!