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"She Doesn't Sing Anymore": A Daughter's Journey with Her Mother Who Has Alzheimer's

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Life is full of adventures that lead to various changes that often times make us realize how short life really is-The longer we live, it seems we've only lived a short time. As the baby boomers take the leading role in society, many are finding themselves as caregivers to aging parents.

Ernestine shares her heartfelt and challenging journey with Alzheimer's disease as her m
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Paperback, 108 pages
Published August 29th 2007 by iUniverse
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Trisha DeBoer
Aug 07, 2011 Trisha DeBoer rated it liked it
The author is not the greatest writer or grammarian, but she tells a valuable story and has a powerful voice. Love should not be silenced by the rules of language. The theology is a bit unlike my own, in that I am of the school of thought that God does NOT cause bad things to happen to people. That being said, this woman's faith in and love for God is apparent in her writing. The book was a quick and easy read; one that can be useful for caregivers because it gives an idea about what might be on ...more
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