“For people who are dealing with this, you have to have a sense of humor,” he said. “Nobody wants to see their family members go through this. It gets harder. Towards the end, it’s really no quality of life whatsoever. Pretty depressing, but you have to find the humor in some of it. Otherwise, it will kill you, too.”
Marty and Murray are just grateful the dementia hasn’t changed their father’s personality or attitude so far.
“We’re enjoying the times we have now,” Marty said.