Christine Tirman’s New Book ‘When Dementia Came Knocking’ Is A Daughter’s Awe-Inspiring Dedication To Her Mother Who Struggled with Chaos, Confusion, and Dementia

Christine Tirman, a woman who has worked in the medical field assisting in patient care for over five decades, has completed her most recent book “When Dementia Came Knocking”: a stirring read that follows the life of a woman before and after a diagnosis of dementia that has shaken her and her family’s life.
Christine writes, “In the beginning of my mother’s journey with dementia, I was clueless. I had very little knowledge of this disease and absolutely zero understanding. I felt a need, a want, to write about our journey, not only for my own sanity but also as a tool to help others walking the same path that we were. I wanted the reader to know about my mother and experience her incredible life during the Nazi invasion of Europe and before dementia came knocking. Knowing her then will help you to understand how she was able to deal with her diagnosis after.
You will laugh, you will cry, and I am sure you will come to love her like I do.
Our journey will inspire you and give you hope and understanding coupled with some important tools to help navigate dementia’s ruthless confusion with real solutions and ideas.
Our life with dementia spanned twelve heartbreaking, nerve-racking, inspiring years of learning how to dance this crazy dance that became our life.
Love did manage to blossom in the midst of dementia’s complete despair.
My hope is that it will blossom in yours too.”
Published by Fulton Books, Christine Tirman’s book shares to the readers an inspiring life from a woman suffering with dementia. The author wishes to share this moving story of her mom to let others know and learn about how she dealt with this pain.
Readers who wish to experience this touching work can purchase “When Dementia Came Knocking” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books