Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Finally - a book to help with Caregiver Burnout

I've been told many times by reader's of my book, "Dementia-Diary, A Caregiver's Journal" that this blog doesn't make clear enough the way for interested folks to buy a copy. If you will forgive a bit of "shameless promotion" I'd like to correct that problem now.

You may be wondering why my readers have gone to the trouble of contacting me about this. They say it's because Dementia Diary has helped them to deal with the emotional realities of caregiving and they think it should be read by all people dealing with this issue—especially by anyone facing "Caregiver Burnout," a dreadful condition that is ultimately experienced by most caregivers.

So here's how to get the book — Click on any of the links in the new column on the right:

I  only ask one thing. If you do read the book, please let me know in a comment on this blog whether you like it enough to recommend it to others caring for a loved one with Alzheimer's or another dementia. 

Many thanks and best wishes,

Robert Tell, Author


Millie Floor said...

I finally figure out the perfect gift for my caregiver friend. I am sure she's gonna love this book and will find this very helpful to her situation. So glad I came across to this.

Bob Tell said...

Hi Millie

Thanks so much for your comment. After your friend reads the book, I would really appreciate receiving feedback regarding how helpful the book has been. By the way, my Mom's real name was Millie. Best wishes,

Robert Tell, Author

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