Remember Me

(Even when you can’t)

This one is about Alzheimer’s and anticipatory grief. The grief you experience when you know you will eventually loose someone you love dearly. This piece is an attempt the capture the pain of slowing loosing someone you love.

There are two brains featured in this image, the one above is a healthy brain, the one on the bottom is one that was taken from a deceased individual who had Alzheimer’s disease. The obvious differences highlight the deterioration of the brain, and gives us a visual framework on understanding the effects of dementia.

Published by linneatheartist

Canadian Art Therapist and Death Doula. All services are currently offered online. Sharing my experiences with healing through art.

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