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Posted 17th Aug 2020

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A well reviewed memoir (4.2/5 in over 200 ratings) chronicling the journey of a mom and daughter on this debilitating disease, kindle edition is currently free to pick up.

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#1 Amazon Best Seller in Memoirs category (August 2017)
#1 Amazon Best Seller in Alzheimer's Disease (August 2017)
#3 Amazon's "Most Wished For" in Dementia Category(June 2013)

A Daughter’s Newfound Love
When Lisa Hirsch found out her mother, Ruth, had been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, her love, appreciation, and caring for her mother was transformed. To Lisa’s surprise, it has brought her and Ruth closer together than they’ve ever been. My Mom My Hero tells the story of this mother-daughter relationship through a series of entries from Lisa’s internationally popular blog. Ultimately this is an uplifting and inspirational book for anyone who’s going through the difficult and often lonely ordeal of caring for a loved one who suffers from this devastating illness.

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Thank you for posting this, matwalaboy. I've had this eBook since 2013, and once you get over the grammatical errors, and the terrible layout of the book, which offers quotes from people who've read the author's wife's facebook log entries, the reasoning by the story is heart-warming. (Of course people would be leaving feedback in a positive manner as they, too, would be going through similar situations, no matter which type(s) of dementia their loved ones would be dealing with. Personally, I believe that reading these comments/quotes between each chapter is rather off-putting but, as I say, this is a pesonal thing for me.)

Overall, a well worth reading text, which helps people who are going through similar situations to try to understand what's going on with their loved one(s). I would recommend this eBook to anyone, and everyone, that is either dealing with a similar situation or is working in a caring setting. Thanks again, matwalaboy.
Bert-Rib17/08/2020 22:23

Thank you for posting this, matwalaboy. I've had this … Thank you for posting this, matwalaboy. I've had this eBook since 2013, and once you get over the grammatical errors, and the terrible layout of the book, which offers quotes from people who've read the author's wife's facebook log entries, the reasoning by the story is heart-warming. (Of course people would be leaving feedback in a positive manner as they, too, would be going through similar situations, no matter which type(s) of dementia their loved ones would be dealing with. Personally, I believe that reading these comments/quotes between each chapter is rather off-putting but, as I say, this is a pesonal thing for me.)Overall, a well worth reading text, which helps people who are going through similar situations to try to understand what's going on with their loved one(s). I would recommend this eBook to anyone, and everyone, that is either dealing with a similar situation or is working in a caring setting. Thanks again, matwalaboy.


Thanks a lot for the lovely comment there and kind words. Hope all is well with you and yours.
Thanks matwalaboy🌞
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