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Thursday, August 23, 2012

Featured Ebook : Who I Am Yesterday by Victoria Adams

Ebook : WHO I AM YESTERDAY (A Path to Coping With a Loved One's Dementia)

Genre : Non-fiction, memoir, dementia and caregiving

Author : Victoria Adams

Author Website :  https://www.amazon.com/author/readingalcove

Amazon Store : Kindle Edition
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B008FHUI20 


ISBN: 10-1475152183 - Print
ISBN-13: 978-1475152180 - Print

Amazon Store : Print Edition
http://www.amazon.com/Who-Am-Yesterday-Coping-Dementia/dp/1475152183 

Reviews : Editorial Reviews

Blurb : "This book is my personal journey through the first year of learning to manage the day to day joys and tribulations of living with a loved one's dementia. It is a personal story which provides the foundation of the relationship that I have with my husband. It is also a journey of observation; a tale of learning and discovery, and a sharing of the coping mechanisms that worked for me. Join me as I follow the incredible workings of the human mind and learn how to find humor in the midst of heartbreak.

It is also a book of the practical day to day habits needed to keep some balance in a life that has left the realm of reality."


Editorial Reviews
An engaging and unique viewpoint on dementia care-giving. Victoria captures the reader with her capacity to communicate and relate with her loved one's changing needs. To say this is a "must read" for care-givers would be an understatement. ~ Connie Pierce, author of Letting go of the Rice

Who I Am Yesterday: A Path to Coping with a Loved One's Dementia by Victoria Adams is a touching account of her efforts to care for her husband through the advance of his confused mental state.  Victoria gives detailed information about the practicalities of living with someone who has vascular dementia and gives realistic advice without getting bogged down in complicated medical and legal details.  The book is written in a narrative form that is easy to read.  Whether you're a caregiver for someone suffering from dementia or simply curious about what this disease entails, Who I Am Yesterday will provide you with sincere insights and useful suggestions. ~Cindy Koepp, author and teacher





 

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