“Alzheimer’s gave me wings to fly, but took away my sky.”

“The saddest thing about Alzheimer’s disease is that it robs you of your memories and your ability to make new ones.”

“Alzheimer’s doesn’t just steal memories, it steals identities and relationships.”

“Alzheimer’s may have stolen your mind, but it cannot take away your spirit.”

“Alzheimer’s is a slow thief that steals your memories, your personality and your independence.”

“Alzheimer’s is a journey you wish you never had to take, but a journey you cannot take alone.”

“Alzheimer’s disease is not a person, but a thief that robs you of your loved one right before your eyes.”

“The worst part of Alzheimer’s is watching the person you love slowly disappear.”

“We may forget the past, but it is the past that has made us who we are today.” “The hardest part of Alzheimer’s is not knowing if your loved one remembers you or not.”

“Alzheimer’s is not just a disease of the old, it is a thief of life’s moments.”

“It’s not Alzheimer’s that scares me, it’s the thought of leaving my loved ones behind, confused and heartbroken.”

“Alzheimer’s teaches us to cherish the moments we have today, for we may not remember them tomorrow.” UNDER PRESSURE QUOTES

“Whether you remember it or not, you are loved and cherished.”

“Alzheimer’s may have taken your memory, but it cannot take away the love and support of your family and friends.”

“The mind may forget, but the heart holds on to memories forever.”

“Alzheimer’s may have stolen your mind, but your soul remains unbroken.”

“It’s not about how long we live, but how we live our lives that truly matter.”

“Alzheimer’s may have taken my memories, but not my love for you.”

“Sometimes the greatest gift we can give is our presence, even if our loved ones may not remember it.”

“Alzheimer’s may rob us of our past, but it cannot take away our present and our love for each other.”

“My memories may fade, but my love for you lasts forever.”

“Alzheimer’s teaches us to be present in the moment, for that is where true joy and contentment lies.”

“Alzheimer’s may be the end of my life, but it will not be the end of my legacy.”