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My Mother has Alzheimer's and I am her sole, full-time caregiver. We have decided to read some books together that told stories of others experiences. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Dana Whitney
I recently became a caregiver for my mom. She was diagnosed with cancer and with 7 or 8 tumors in her brain she has been given very little time to live. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Shelene Bernal
Not a practical How-To and found it difficult to stay with it. Not as informative and inspiring as Inside The Dementia Epidemic: A Daughter's Memoir.Published 19 months ago by P. Ludwig
Having gone through "a long goodbye" with my mother-in-law, I related to this story. The book was a well-written account of the author's experience.Published 23 months ago by Margaret Wien
This book could have been written by me. Finally a story that mirrored our life as my Mom and I took this journey down the dark, scary, hurtful, paranoia and uncharted path of... Read morePublished on August 8, 2013 by Carroll L.
it was in great shape and a good book to read. always great to get a good price on the books.Published on December 1, 2012 by Nancy D. Talley
I loved this Book. My mom is going through Alzheimers and I could see myself in it alot. If you need to feel like your not alone, buy itPublished on February 4, 2012 by Barbara C. King
This book brought back so many memories of caring for my mother when she developed Alzheimer's. If you want to know what you have in store for you caring for someone with... Read morePublished on November 28, 2011 by Sandra L. Foster