Where's My Purse?

Diagnosis Alzheimer s disease Now what Each and every day millions of individuals are facing this exact situation and have no idea what to do Their easiest course of action is to scour the Internet in search of information, when all they really want is to hear from someone who s actually been through it I understand I ve been there Despite my best efforts to dealDiagnosis Alzheimer s disease Now what Each and every day millions of individuals are facing this exact situation and have no idea what to do Their easiest course of action is to scour the Internet in search of information, when all they really want is to hear from someone who s actually been through it I understand I ve been there Despite my best efforts to deal with everything I made plenty of mistakes, the largest of which, was feeling sorry for myself My mom was diagnosed with Alzheimer s it wasn t about me I decided to approach the situation from a very different perspective, and because of that newfound positivity, I was better equipped to handle everything Join me while I walk you through my very private journey with JoAnn, my mother and best friend My hope is that by offering you the truth about my experiences, as well as suggestions on how to exercise humor and grace, it may help you to better cope with your loved one s behavioral changes Perspective is everything and altering mine was just what the doctor ordered.
Where s My Purse Diagnosis Alzheimer s disease Now what Each and every day millions of individuals are facing this exact situation and have no idea what to do Their easiest course of action is to scour the Internet in

  • Title: Where's My Purse?
  • Author: T.A. Sorensen
  • ISBN: 9781499370805
  • Page: 238
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. While I traveled the road of Alzheimer’s as a caregiver to my parents, I read every book I could find about personal experiences with the disease. I have found few books written with the care, compassion, and yet humor of Where’s My Purse?While reading Sorensen’s book I was struck by the similarities of our two experiences, such as observing our loved one’s moments of vast confusion followed by short spurts of complete clarity, as well as the ability of the sufferer to hold on to the pos [...]

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