Speaking for those who can't
When Paul Lea had a massive stroke in his late 50s and was diagnosed with vascular dementia, he pretty much gave up on life for a while.
“It was depressing. I got angry a lot of the time. I sort of crawled into a shell and stayed there. For the first six years my life was hell because I didn’t go outside unless my daughter could be with me. My daughter had to basically retrain me how to live. ”