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By: Natalie Baxter

One Tear at a Time

Pages: 226 Ratings: 5.0
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When Natalie’s mum was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s at the age of just 54, she didn’t realise the devastation it was going to cause and the changes she was going to face. She faced numerous challenges; from memory loss, incontinence, confusion and accusations to paranoia, relationship breakdowns, a loss of physical capabilities and being sectioned. Her journey with her mum was anything but easy and she reveals her struggles and challenges when faced with caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s.

This book is a real eye opener but also very informative for those facing an Alzheimer’s diagnosis. One Tear at a Time will most certainly make you understand the heartache caused by Alzheimer’s and the devastating consequences it has on family and friends. It aims to raise awareness, help people understand and inform those who need answers about their journey after their loved one is given a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s. Follow Natalie’s journey from early symptoms, diagnosis and the heartache she endured while caring for her mum. Join the emotional rollercoaster and brace yourself for this tear-jerking page turner.

Natalie Baxter is a 32-year-old married woman, and a mother of three young children. She was born in Shrewsbury, but has lived most of her life in Colchester, Essex. She absolutely loves animals and has two dogs, two rabbits, one cat, and one hamster. Her dream is to open up a rescue home and help all animals in need. After working a few customer facing jobs, she eventually began to work for Royal Mail and loved the outdoors, independent, and active role she had. Unfortunately, due to her mother becoming unwell and needing more care, she had to give up her job and did what she does best and put her family first.

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  • Kerry Chadwick

    This book is a very real account of Natalie’s journey with her mum battling the awful disease that is Alzheimer’s. As her friend, I’m so proud of Natalie and I know Sue, her beloved mum would be too. The care and attention she devoted to her mum and dad were unwavering. How she fought so hard for the best for her mum. A very emotional read.

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