Nothing Left but Love: A story of Alzheimer's, Death and a Daughter's Healing Journey Glenda Rueger Payne Author
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What you’ll find when you open this book. . . There may come a time when you have to see a family member slowly progress through the ravages of illness and imminent death. Some of us may have the stressful and thankless responsibility of being a primary caregiver at the end of another’s life. How would you do if faced with this role, especially if your family member was not someone who cared for you as you wanted to be nurtured and loved? What if during childhood that person caused you great pain? How loving could you really be? How forgiving? Could you be fully present for them during their time of pain and suffering? This is the journey talented author Glenda Rueger Payne takes you on in her book, Nothing Left But Love. Glenda tells her powerful story through journal entries written during her mother’s final days and reflections afterwards. We feel the sweetness of Glenda’s healing path to forgiveness. She finds a way to give voice to those parts of herself that didn’t have a voice as a child. She offers a unique and personal daughter’s perspective on the daily routine of the latter period of her mother’s life as Alzheimer’s and congestive heart failure take over. Reflections of her mother’s decline are interspersed with moments of pure humor. I recommend this book to anyone looking for a sense of how to come to terms with the past, especially with a parent, while building resilience and self-empowerment. Alina Frank Best- selling author and EFT-Matrix Reimprinting Trainer


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