Amy joined me to talk about what it's like to grieve her mother, despite the fact that her mother is still physically with her. Several years ago, she was diagnosed with a neurological syndrome called primary progressive aphasia, which has deeply impacted her ability to speak and function. Amy offers her insight on how she navigates coming to terms with this challenging transition and how she explains this emotional journey to people.
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