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Clearly, this is the story of one woman's deep and abiding love for another woman.
Rose Lamatt covers the progress of Alzheimer's disease very well in her book, Just a Word: Friends encounter Alzheimer's.
I consider it a "must-read" for any caregiver that feels isolated and alone while caring for a loved one.
Learned a lot about the disease. My mother death was caused by dementia & could relate o Rose's story about her mom.Published 9 months ago by Georgiemom
When I decided to read this book I had some hesitancy. What was difficult is the fast that my father died of cancer while he had Alzheimer's. While reading Ms. Read morePublished 11 months ago by AmazonWoman
I purchased this book solely because I wanted to know the stages of this disease. Since the author lived with her friend for years, I knew she would give an accurate account of... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Mt
This was a very well written book dealing with a very nasty disease. I went through a similar situation with my mother and really wish I could have read this book during that... Read morePublished 12 months ago by michelle44
What a wonderfully warm and heartwarming story about one family's struggle with Alzheimer's. Mostly well written with a few grammatical and spelling errors, but nothing that... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Barbara Piland
Rose's style of writing is much like her name. She strips away petal after petal of the disease called Alzheimer's in this book. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Carole B. Larkin
Sex is never mentioned. Do they sleep together? Finally at the end of the book, the question is addressed: "Are we gay?" the author asks. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Jane A. Scoville
This wonderful memoir tells the story of one woman's devotion to her close friend who died from Alzheimer's after a lengthy illness. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Chris Cennedy
written like a diary, very factual and sad. A story about the sufferings of both the victims of Alzheimer's and the victim caretaker.Published 14 months ago by K. Miller