How do you cope with seeing a loved one’s life erased by Alzheimer’s?
Cindy Reynes took up a second degree to become a nurse. But when her mother got afflicted with Alzheimer’s disease, she chose not to practice her profession and instead become her mom’s primary caregiver. While caring for her mom, she faced the greatest challenge a daughter can have: to keep loving and honoring a parent who no longer remembers her — one who was fast becoming a stranger.
She captured the heartwarming and, at times, heartbreaking stories in a journal that has now evolved into the book you now hold in your hands.
In these pages, Cindy shares her painfully honest, humorous, and poignant struggles as a care partner of her mom afflicted with this progressive disease.
This chronicle of her pilgrimage from denial to acceptance, resentment to forgiveness, and heartbreak to unconditional love also offers practical tips on how you can care for your loved ones in sickness or in health.
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This book will alter your perception of life as Rosanne, who lives victoriously despite having Multiple Sclerosis, shows that there is immense joy and meaning amidst great weakness.
Praise for Amusing Grace, A Second Helping:
From strength to strength. Amusing Grace, A Second Helping is Rosanne’s continuing, courageous and inspiring response to MS. Clearly an overcomer in Christ, she writes with such refreshing spontaneity! Do hope “A Third Helping” is not so far behind.
– Ms Felichi Pangilinan Buizon, gospel songwriter and
700 Club Asia host
“Rosanne looks adversity straight in the eye, glowers at it for a moment, and then drenches it with unexpected wit and humor. We wince with her as she arranges our encounter with the reality of human pain, and then invites us to share the laughter of her invincible spirit.”
– Archie Inlong, a communication, public speaking, public relations, crisis communications and media training consultant
Wouldn’t it be great to have a perfect family?
But now and then we get stuck with issues and problems that make it imperfect. Sometimes it can seem like downright hell!
Our family means the world to us, but they’re the same people who get on our nerves. We want to improve the situation, but the very people we want to help are part of the system that keeps us trapped.
So how on earth can we understand and embrace our far-from-perfect family? Finally, here’s a book that points us where our relationships have gone wrong, what we can do to revamp them and what goals to aim for to have a perfectly imperfect family we all dream of.
This book will give you practical and wise lessons to help you:
THIS BOOK IS ANOTHER MIRACLE OF A CONTINUING SERIES OF MIRACLES…
Bo Sanchez’ books have blessed millions of readers with their simple yet powerful, life-changing messages. As proof, every single day, Bo’s inbox overflows with grateful emails from readers, ages nine to 99, from almost every part of the planet.
Ironically, Bo still doesn’t consider himself a great writer.
When praised for being one, he would say, “I just like to tell stories.”
But it’s specifically these stories that have touched hearts. Thousands have written to him, declaring that their lives have been radically changed by his writings.
His books are miracles in themselves. He has written seven so far, and all of them have become bestsellers.
One of his most widely read books are the collections from “The Boss” articles from Kerygma, the #1 inspirational magazine in the country.
The book you hold in your hand is the much-awaited fourth collection of this bestselling series.
This book can profoundly bless your life.