Mama Is Still Here!
|Rating||:||4.94 (901 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||180 Pages|
"An eye opener for those that have just heard about Alzheimer and an understand read for those that have gone through this with s" according to Kevin. This is pack with emotions; it will grip you and you are drawn closer to it. An eye opener for those that have just heard about Alzheimer and an understand read for those that have gone through this with someone they love. Thank you dr. Norris for sharing this with us all.. A story of love and understanding Kindle Customer A truly beautiful story of a son's love for his mother. It mad me laugh and cry with their everyday dealings with a loved ones struggle to hold on. It gives me hope and joy of the days ahead with my dad. The story was simply beautiful and touching.. "Amazing read!" according to Chris G.. I took a chance with this book because I heard some good things about it. This book turned out to be a diamond in the rough as far as books go. I originally planned to read this book because my grandmother was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. I was little then but I remembered she was a hand full at times to deal with and just wished I could have done more.The book opens with some background on the effects of Alzheimer's disease and some of the thing that someone suffering will go through.As the book moves forward we are introduced to Daisy. I love the way she is introduced in several present day to flashbac
But she finds her life spiraling out of control because of impaired memory lapses due to Alzheimer’s disease. Daisy, a wife, mother, and everyone’s favorite sister, aunt, and friend, is admired for her swagger and confidence. The scriptures and prayers at the end of the chapters are a very nice touch, and the epigraphs are very successful at conveying the tone of each chapter.Dr. Norris Lee Roberts Jr. The author also shares his observations and the memory of his mother before and after Alzheimer’s diagnosis. Initially, the way each family member connected to her was at some level of denial and/or anger. The author, Daisy’s son, shares their story and his personal grief. lives in Saint Peters