As an advertising and marketing student who enjoys writing, this is such a representation of exactly that - a great piece of literature that moves its audience to become knowledgable and act, if they truly feel motivated to.
I actually never realized that it did sound like it was advertising until you pointed it out. I really appreciate the comment, mostly because I'm not the best at writing, but I just love six word stories for some reason.
I wanted to cry when I read this. Well written. I remember when my grandmother had Alzheimers, it was sad when she regressed to the point that she thought she had just had her baby and didn't know where it was, she was so distressed. I remember another lady at the nursing home where we visited, terrified about being stuck in a cupboard that was on fire.
I experienced PTSD memory loss and it wasn't fun..thankfully I have improved. But I can understand their pain somewhat, and I am scared of the day when it isn't PTSD but actual Alzheimers.
I'm so sorry to hear about that. I honestly hope Alzheimer's will will one day be cured, it's such a terrible disease! Sometimes the woman I know who has it will think her husband is alive, it's so sad we have to tell her that he's passed away. It breaks my heart.
D: I hope everything is well with you! Hopefully it wasn't Alzheimer's