Taking Care of Henry

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Xlibris Corporation, Feb 14, 2008 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 74 pages
Taking care of Henry is a written documentary that describes in detail the struggle a wife sustain in being a caregiver of her husband. Henry, the husband had a stroke 14 years ago and now struggling with Alzheimers. The chronicles takes place in a description form from the author and her family members of how Henry is overtaken by a stroke and later diagnosed with Alzheimers. Taking care of Henry is a documentary that gives full details of the emotions from each family member and the hardships of being a caregiver of a disabled person. It is a factual story with factual events that many families have experienced in dealing with an ailing family member.
 

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User Review  - mzmelissa2012 - Borders

I love this book it was very touching.. I could not put this book down and enjoyed reading and gaining strength and hope from the characters. This book is one I am definately going to read again. The author really put wonderful emotion in her writing.. Read full review

Taking Care Of Henry

User Review  - harrisjea - Borders

This is really a heartfelt story. This book belongs in every hospital, nursing home or doctor's office. Any and everyone should read this. It talks about a wife who is a caregiver of her husband that ... Read full review

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This author Jeanette Michelle is originally from Chicago Illinois and now continues her writing and film journey in Tennessee. You can’t save them all is her 3rd published novel, followed by her next release, Millicent Quinones. Jeanette Michelle now hosts an internet talk show (Dark Mantis Talk) Monday – Friday VIA the internet. To know more about this author, her up and coming projects and to tune in to listen to her show, visit www.iamdark.com. If you would like to make comments on this novel and interested in other novels written by this author, please feel free to email her at michellej@iamdark.com or visit www.iamdark.com. Jeanette Michelle would like to thank all that have taken the time out to read her novels and thanks to all for their support.

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