You Forgot, But I Still Love You Reynold (The Alzheimer Tragedy)
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The book gives a first hand "slice-of-life" perspective on social situations and everyday life when a family must deal with Alzheimer's.
I recommend this book to those whose lives are or have been directly affected by Alzheimer's (family, caregivers, friends, etc) and to anyone who is interested in learning more about the realities of the disease and how it affects real people's lives.
Note: Both this book and its companion "Diary of Reynold, Living With Alzheimer's" depict the emotional effects of the disease in a very direct and sometimes "brutally" honest way. Some parts may be a difficult read... however, this is necessary for the reader to understand the devistating effects this terrible disease has had on thousands of families.
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