California first lady Maria Shriver said that her children taught her the most about interacting with her father, Sargent Shriver, who has Alzheimer's disease.
"My kids dealt with the person that was sitting in front of them. Like, 'What are you doing, Grandpa?' And, 'What are you doing today?' And they didn't get into who my father was. They just got into who he was then. And I think that was a very valuable lesson to me," Shriver told "Good Morning America."
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