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SISTAR's Dasom sheds tears talking about her grandmother who has Alzheimer's

By beansss   Friday, June 24, 2016   50,620   10,126   35
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On an upcoming episode of SBS's 'How to Eat Well and Live Well', SISTAR's Dasom and Soyu helped a high school women's soccer team prepare a meal for their elderly lunch lady.


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After hearing the touching story of the soccer team and the elderly lunch lady, Dasom couldn't hide tears in her eyes, thinking about her own grandmother. She revealed that her grandmother has been suffering from Alzheimer's for a few years now, sharing, "I'm sad and sorry that my grandmother and I weren't able to make more memories together when she was healthy."

'How to Eat Well and Live Well' airs every Sunday at 8:10 PM KST!




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kefira14 Friday, June 24, 2016

My grandma suffers from Alzheimer's as well...it really does hurt when it comes to a certain point that the person you love can't remember your name or who you are.

nami_chan Friday, June 24, 2016

that's sad =(

Francias1 Friday, June 24, 2016

Aww, Alzheimer's is so horrible, I hope they find a cure T_T

Wendyeve Friday, June 24, 2016

My grandmother has started to forget a few things but she doesn't have Alzheimer's at least not yet even though unfortunately she did recently have a seizure... It's just scary when you have to see your grandparents or grandparent in that condition especially when you know that there's nothing you can do since there's no cure for Alzheimer's. Unfortunately it happens to a lot of elderly people at a certain age and unfortunately there's just nothing we can do about it... It's just really sad...

Exo_Leia Friday, June 24, 2016

This is what really makes you realize that idols are humans and have to deal with thing like this

RoAnon9935 Friday, June 24, 2016

Dealing with Alzheimers is not fun. Both my dads parents developed it, doctor called it when he said my dad had 90% chance. Now that dad has it, it's a pretty set thing that, at least in our family, it's hereditary (usually it's not). Now me, and my siblings wonder are we next. Our memories are bad enough though we'd probably never know. All you can do is take it day by day and try not to get upset when they start forgetting things. Remember they are losing there memory; they are not stupid. Remember they probably can't tell why you are upset when your around them because they can't remember or do not realize they have the disease. My grandmother was in mad denial till the end.

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