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New Book, "I Will Never Forget", by Elaine Pereira, Focuses on the Terrifying and Heartbreaking Personal Journey Down Dementias Path

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A Beautiful Mind and Its Rapid Deterioration is the Focus in New Memoir

Detroit, MI (PRWEB) July 16, 2014

Every 67 seconds someone in the United States develops Alzheimers Disease, according to the Alzheimers Associations website.

The above statistic makes it clear that every day, more and more people will either become directly or indirectly affected by dementia, whether through a loved one, friend or family member.

I Will Never Forget: A Daughters Story of Her Mothers Arduous and Humorous Journey through Dementia is the emotional story of author Elaine Pereiras experience with her mothers battle with Alzheimers disease.

Pereira gives her audience entertaining glimpses into her own childhood and feisty teenage years, demonstrating her mothers strength of character.

As my mother began exhibiting bizarre behaviors and paranoia, I became mystified by her amazing ability to mask the truth of what was really happening, said Pereira.

Her mothers subtle way of camouflaging her decline clouded clouded Pereiras vision and prolonged her denial until one cataclysmic explosion of realty over an innocuous drapery rod launched a waterfall of destructive events.

As her mothers brilliant mind was steadily destroyed by Dementias insatiable appetite for brain cells, Pereira accompanied her mother on her journey.

I Will Never Forget: A Daughters Story of Her Mothers Arduous and Humorous Journey through Dementia
ISBN: 978-1938908583
Available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and West Bow Press

About the Author
Elaine C. Pereira is a licenses/registered occupational therapist. She worked primarily with paediatrics as well as adults in rehab. She earned her bachelors degree in occupational therapy from Wayne State University and later completed her masters degree. Pereira and her husband live in south eastern Michigan with their cat, Snoopy, and two dogs, Bailey and Maddee.

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