Somebody I used to know is a book about bravery, and about finding new meaning in dementia.
Wendy Mitchell shares her journey into dementia with us. This is more than a moving, heart-wrenching story about the changes to life that dementia demands. It is a book that will educate and enlighten and one I believe we should all read.
Dementia is a cruel disease and yet sufferers’ lives could be much more bearable if others educated themselves. The fears and the struggles are real and daily, their inner world frequently in turmoil, often made worse by ignorance and misunderstanding.
Such a brave and important book about struggle, fear and strength and of finding new meaning.