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A Journey Through Dementia

9781915046925
160 pages
Malcolm Down Publishing Ltd
Overview
In "A Journey Through Dementia," Sue Scarfe courageously unveils the raw reality of her life's journey, navigating through the complexities of marriage, faith, and the harrowing experiences of dementia. Through the heartfelt words of Colin Houlihan, we're invited into a realm where truth reigns supreme, where sadness intertwines with hope, and where authenticity is the guiding light. Scarfe's story transcends mere narration; it's a testament to the power of being real, of confronting life's adversities with unwavering authenticity and humor. From the innocent beliefs of childhood to the tumultuous storms of adulthood, she shares her struggles, her triumphs, and her unwavering faith in a God who walks beside her through every trial. As Scarfe recounts her early years of fervent belief and unwavering trust in divine protection, we're drawn into a world where faith collides with the harsh realities of life. From the fear of rubella endangering her unborn child to the unraveling of her marriage, she confronts despair with an unyielding resolve to find solace in the embrace of a loving God. Through the highs and lows of motherhood, Scarfe grapples with the weight of failure and guilt, descending into the depths of depression. Yet, in the midst of her darkest hour, she discovers a profound truth: God's love knows no bounds, reaching even the depths of her brokenness. "A Journey Through Dementia" is not merely a memoir; it's a testament to the resilience of the human spirit and the transformative power of unwavering faith. Scarfe's story is a beacon of hope for anyone facing the daunting challenges of life, reminding us that even in our darkest moments, the light of truth and faith can guide us through the shadows.
Author Bio
Sue Scarfe ==========

Sue Scarfe has nearly 50 years of working with people with learning disabilities. She trained as a special needs teacher and more recently developed training programs for those people working with people with learning disabilities. She is the author of Living Fulfilled Lives