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This heart-wrenching story traces the lives of a dementia victim and his caring family as they descend through the devastating journey and ultimate end that is caused by Alzheimer's disease. Using personal experience and that of others the author explores in graphic detail the pain and confusion of Pat, the victim, and the selfless love of his wife Carol and daughter Mandy. 

The book is intended to help prepare listeners, who may well become carers, know what to expect and to raise general awareness of a condition that receives little attention compared to its impact on the lives of men and women throughout the world. 

Listening to this will make audiences better able to recognize and have empathy for the victims around them and to wonder about themselves and their own family members and friends....

©2016 Paul Minty (P)2018 Paul Minty

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  • nicole shaffer
  • 08-02-20

Love it.! Dementia is hell. No sugarcoating.

I truly appreciate. the honesty; along with the raw truth of dementia And how it slowly takes our loved ones from us. .

I found that most books contain the same general information; ,with THIS BOOK you get way more than that.. They don't sugar coat it. Which I find to be invaluable..

Thank you for the writers and collaborators of this book. Thanks for your help. My dad's travel through hell, will be done gracefully and with dignity.

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