BUT I CAN STILL DANCE: A Caregiver's Personal Story <br>and Survival Guide

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iUniverse, Aug 11, 2003 - Health & Fitness - 186 pages
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But I Can Still Dance offers a refreshing approach to caregiving. Portrayed is Carleen Breskin Clarke's own story along with her solutions for caregiving issues often skirted over in print. Loneliness, sex problems, money, guilt, and feelings of entrapment are discussed candidly in ways which all caregivers can identify and understand.

While learning to live a more positive and quality-filled life, you will discover a world infused by the sweetness and joy that the gift of giving to a loved one can bring. Ms. Clarke writes,"the richest rewards of life are sprinkled along the way of the journey and not found at the end of the rainbow."

But I Can Still Dance can change your life. You will learn to have more fun and have a life worth living. Resentment, bitterness, and anger will be part of your past, and you will be set emotionally free.

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But I Can Still Dance offers a refreshing approach to caregiving. Portrayed is Carleen Breskin Clarke's own story along with her solutions for caregiving issues often skirted over in print. Loneliness, sex problems, money, guilt, and feelings of entrapment are discussed candidly in ways which all caregivers can identify and understand.

While learning to live a more positive and quality-filled life, you will discover a world infused by the sweetness and joy that the gift of giving to a loved one can bring. Ms. Clarke writes,"the richest rewards of life are sprinkled along the way of the journey and not found at the end of the rainbow."

But I Can Still Dance can change your life. You will learn to have more fun and have a life worth living. Resentment, bitterness, and anger will be part of your past, and you will be set emotionally free.

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