Losing a loved one is indeed life’s most difficult challenge. Our grief can be especially intense when we lose a spouse, sibling, or parent. Although we recognise the loss as a natural part of life, we can still be overcome by shock and confusion, leading to prolonged sadness or despair. The sadness usually fades with time, but grieving is an important process to overcome these feelings and continue to cherish our time with our loved ones. As Hellen Keller once said, “What we have once enjoyed we can never lose; all that we deeply love becomes a part of us.”
Author Cathryn Pownall shares her experiences caring for her beloved husband, who was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in 2013. Through heartwarming stories, humorous anecdotes, and practical advice, Pownall offers readers a glimpse into the challenges and joys of caregiving for a loved one with Alzheimer’s. “Laughing Through Alzheimer’s” is a must-read for anyone touched by Alzheimer’s, whether a caregiver, family member or friend. The book tackles difficult topics with grace and humour, making it informative and enjoyable.
Pownall’s writing is both relatable and inspiring. She shares stories of the struggles and triumphs of caring for her husband, from the early stages of forgetfulness to the later stages of the disease. Through it all, Pownall maintains a sense of humour and optimism, offering readers a refreshing perspective on the disease.
“Laughing Through Alzheimer’s” is a testament to the power of love and laughter in adversity. Pownall’s writing is both heartfelt and humorous, making it a compelling read for anyone looking to understand Alzheimer’s and the caregiving journey better. At the end of the book, Pownall narrated a heartfelt closing sentence “I was lucky enough to meet and marry and raise a family with my best friend, my love, my Mike.”
“Laughing Through Alzheimer’s” is available now on Amazon and other major retailers. Delve deep into this heartfelt memoir that will touch your soul and heart!
Company Name: Laughing through Alzheimer’s
Contact Person: Cathryn Pownall
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Country: United Kingdom