Book Review – Surviving Alzheimer’s

Before I post the book review, I do want to take a moment to wish every mother a Happy Mother’s Day. Enjoy your special day!! Surviving Alzheimer’s With Friends, Facebook, and a Really Big Glass of Wine Dayna Steele with Heather Rossiello File Size: 11854 KB Print Length: 228 pages Publication Date: February 22, 2016 Sold …

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Book Review – Untethered: A Caregiver’s Tale

Untethered: A Caregiver’s Tale  by Phyllis Peters will be out November 15th on Amazon, and other outlets shortly afterward. I was sent an advance review copy, and was quite taken with the story. Here is how we, and the central character are introduced to the main drama of the story: “Mr. Conklin?” “Yes?” I said. …

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Preserving the Past

Natalie Marshall, a junior at a Dallas high school, recently wrote a column for The Dallas Morning News about how precious memories are. She was inspired to write because her grandmother has Alzheimer’s, and the old lady’s memories are fading, but that wasn’t the main point she wanted to make. Because of the mental devastation …

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The Simple Way

Living and loving in a totally committed relationship is a rare commodity in this era ruled largely by a throw-away mentality. To see two people who sustain each other in a marriage through many years of good and bad is fairly significant in itself, but to see two people who actually grow in kindness and …

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