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Dementia & Epilepsy (For Rosiland) byLavenderPandy by GentlemanPlayer

Dementia & Epilepsy (For Rosiland) byLavenderPandy


15 June 2021 at 17:46:35 MDT

June is designated as Pride month. And make no mistake: I respect the LGBTQ+ community. I have a couple of friends who are lesbians. And some members of my family are gay and/or lesbian.

June is also designated as Alzheimer's & Brain Awareness Month. Most of us know someone who has been impacted by Alzheimer's disease, whether it's touched our own family or a friend's loved ones. My aunt Rosiland is in the early stages of dementia, which is commonly caused by Alzheimer's disease.

And while it's four months away, November is designated as Epilepsy Awareness Month. As a child, I suffered from epileptic seizures. Fortunately, as I grew older, the seizures stopped.

For both of these disorders, the purple ribbon is used to promote awareness. So please, while you are celebrating Pride Month, take a moment to say a prayer for those that are fighting a silent battle against Alzheimer's/Dementia. And when November comes around, do the same for those suffering from Epilepsy.

Thank you.

Kyrell Sulaiman is the intellectual property of GentlemanPlayer GentlemanPlayer, and may not be used in any way, shape, or form without my expressed written consent.

The above picture is the combined intellectual property of myself and LavenderPandy LavenderPandy, however, Pandy retains the original copyrights. It may not be modified or redistributed without their expressed written consent.

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