By Michele Gierck
Fraying chronicles a mother’s and a daughter’s trip via reminiscence loss and the scientific maze. Michele Gierck reveals herself unexpectedly thrust into the position of basic carer, without map to navigate the area of elderly care and clinical bureaucracy.
The dating among the lively, decided 88-year-old protagonist – who refuses to passively settle for scientific pronouncements – and her daughter is now and then tricky, but constantly respectful and loving, hot and upbeat. jointly they have to strengthen sensible coping options, draw on a life-time with one another and carry onto their experience of humour.
Authentic and evocative, Fraying will resonate with the tens of hundreds of thousands of readers dwelling via this event themselves. Michele Gierck bargains knowledge and intensely useful suggestion approximately of the certainties of existence – switch and loss.
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Fraying: Mum, Memory Loss, the Medical Maze, and Me by Michele Gierck