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Woman takes mom diagnosed with dementia to Ireland trip; video leaves Netizens emotional

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A 17-second viral video of a woman taking her mother on a 10-day trip to Ireland has left netizens in tears. She takes her mom to the trip before her dementia could completely take over.

Martin’s mom breaks down visiting the places

A 32 year old daughter, Stephanie Rose Martin, was informed by the doctor that her mother was diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia and she has only a few years before she would completely lose her memory.

The daughter then decided to make the best moments with her mom and planned a trip to Ireland, Martin took her mother to see the Cliffs of Moher — a place her mother had always wished to see.

Martin takes to Instagram to share her feelings

Watch the Video here:

Taking to Instagram, Martin shared some of her favourite moments from their trip of 10 days along with a caption that read, “My sweet momma was diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia a few years ago. The doctors said she had about 6-8 years before she would completely forget who we were. She always wanted to see the Cliffs of Moher, so I got her on a jet plane and made it happen.”

In the viral video the mother can be seen enjoying several locations such as the cliff and the beach along with her family. At times, she is also getting emotional and tearing up witnessing the places.

Since being shared online, the clip shared by Martin has gained over 2 million views and 101,000 likes and also reshared by popular Twitter page @GoodNewsCorrespondent.

While commenting on the viral clip, a user wrote, “I’m bawling watching this. So much love and awe and wonder,” while another said that these moments were “priceless”.

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