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An Affair Worth Remembering With Huntington's Disease By Debbie Pausig
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Huntington's Disease is a progressive, life stripping, hereditary disease with no cure. This Love Story illustrates how a marriage and a family can live,survive and thrive with an illness. Humor,... More > frustration, and sadness are experienced by the reader. True Love prevails as this disease bruises and batters a family's spirit. Incurable love and intimacy are two "gifts" discovered during this illness. This book speaks to at least four communities,those affected by Huntington's Disease or any chronic, progressive or terminal illness; the spiritual community, those who find strength through faith in the most trying moments; the therapeutic community, those who treat individuals, couples and families affected by illness; and the medical community, those who treat the patient, their caregivers or other family members of the illness.< Less
The Huntingtons Mom By Adrienne Lovett
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Follow me on my journey through the good, bad, and ugly of Huntingtons Disease.
Genetics and Me: Volume XXV: Huntington Gene and Huntington Disease By Rev Dr James Showers Jr
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THE VOLUME IN THE SERIES, DELVES INTO HUNTINGTON GENE (HTT) AND HUNTINGTON DISEASE, AS FAR AS MY DNA/RNA IN 23 AND ME AND THE BROWSING RAW DATA, IS CONCERNED..
An Affair Worth Remembering With Huntington’s Disease: Incurable Love & Intimacy During an Incurable Illness By Debbie Pausig
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Huntington's Disease is a progressive, life stripping, hereditary disease with no cure. This ebook illustrates how a marriage and a family can live,survive and thrive with an incurable illness.... More > Humor, frustration, and sadness are experienced by the reader. True Love prevails as this disease bruises and batters a family's spirit. This book is written for those affected by Huntington's Disease or any chronic, progressive or terminal illness;for those who find strength through faith in the most trying moments;for therapists and their educators who train & treat individuals, couples and families affected by illness;to increase awareness for medical professionals and researchers who treat the person with HD, their families, are working to find a cure and to understand the devastation HD has on a family;and,for caregivers or other family members that are enduring the trials and tribulations of a chronic, progressive or terminal illness whether short or long lived.< Less
My Desire By Michael Osgood
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This book is about a young man's struggle with two diseases. Lyme's Disease, one of which he conquered. The other disease is Huntington's Disease, a terminal illness with no cure. This book should... More > encourage you with any struggle or situation that you are currently facing. Mike gives all of the credit to his personal relationship with Jesus Christ.< Less
Hurry Up and Wait By James Pollard
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To those it touches and their carers, Huntington’s Disease presents an ongoing series of challenges to accommodate its changes in thinking. "Hurry up and Wait!" is a set of exercises... More > to simulate the cognitive difficulties faced by those with HD, a collection of tips to accommodate them in your home or care home, a strategy to develop new approaches to solving care problems and commentary on common problems faced by family carers and those they love.< Less
Chewing Disorder Cookbook By Charles Merle Hellebusch
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This cookbook is for those seeking foods that may be easier to chew and swallow; including patients with Alzheimers, Parkinson and Huntington's Disease, stroke or anyone having oral surgery.
Ferris Wheel By Katie Jackson
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When a new family moves into the house across the street, Kathryn Price has no clue just how much her life will soon become intertwined with theirs-and what fate has in store for her and Carson, the... More > only child of the gracious Ferris family. Kathryn soon realizes that she and Carson have a lot in common. Not only will they be starting their freshman year of high school together at the end of the summer, Carson’s mother is dying-something Kathryn has already experienced, years before. Before long, they’re inseparable. For Kathryn and Carson, everything seems nearly perfect-until their happiness is overshadowed by the specter of Huntington’s disease, which threatens to destroy everything they hold dear.< Less
Shattered Dreams--But Hope By Laquita M. Higgs, Elton D. Higgs
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Shattered Dreams--But Hope is a distillation of the experiences of Laquita and Elton Higgs in caring for their two HD-affected daughters. Laquita and Elton have not only shared their own caregiving... More > experiences at a deeply personal level, but they have also offered observations and recommendations to other HD caregivers about coping with the special challenges and stresses of HD. They address the special characteristics and needs of an HD patient, measures to preserve the mental and physical health of the caregiver, and ways of dealing with the governmental and medical agencies who must be sought to meet the needs of an HD patient and his/her family. But this is also a book for all long-term caregivers, whatever the disablement of the one being cared for. The concluding chapter portrays what two people of faith have learned about suffering, endurance, and love when grappling with the challenge of caring for a loved one day after day, year after year.< Less
Shattered Dreams But Hope: Perspectives On Being an HD Caregiver By Elton D. Higgs, Laquita M. Higgs
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Shattered Dreams--But Hope is a distillation of the experiences of Laquita and Elton Higgs in caring for their two HD-affected daughters. Laquita and Elton have not only shared their own caregiving... More > experiences at a deeply personal level, but they have also offered observations and recommendations to other HD caregivers about coping with the special challenges and stresses of HD. They address the special characteristics and needs of an HD patient, measures to preserve the mental and physical health of the caregiver, and ways of dealing with the governmental and medical agencies who must be sought to meet the needs of an HD patient and his/her family. But this is also a book for all long-term caregivers, whatever the disablement of the one being cared for. The concluding chapter portrays what two people of faith have learned about suffering, endurance, and love when grappling with the challenge of caring for a loved one day after day, year after year.< Less