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Having a mental disorder is one of the worst things that can happen to you Unfortunately I am one of the people who got a mental illness I got the Alzheimers disease which is one of the most mysterious mental diseases It is a progressive brain disorder that makes me have short term memory problems This is how my doctor explains it Its kind of strange that I got this disease because usually it attacks people who are over the age of 65 You probably never heard of this disease but dont worry about it because you are about to I was one of you normal people before when two years ago I noticed that I was having problems learning new information and remembering where I had left common objects such as keys or my wallet but I didnt pay much attention to it because it happens to people once in a while Well I guess I was wrong because later on I had difficulties remembering what day or month it was I still do thought As time was going by I was getting really embarrassed because people started ceasing me and making fun of me for not remembering even what the teacher said at the beginning of the class So I went to check myself to a doctor that was really familiar with this type of disease He gave me information about this disease and actually told me that I wasnt going to live much longer Thats the thing with these doctors They always tell you the painful truth and make you even more depressed Can you imagine me at that time I guess you would be depressed too in my place I mean I was so young to die and the worst thing was that there was no known cure for Alzheimers disease How I hate this word I often became irritable or withdrawn as I was struggling with fear and frustration
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