Nobody Told Me: Love in the Time of Dementia
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Nobody Told Me: Love in the Time of Dementia by S.R. Karfelt
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S.R. Karfelt
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Hardcover: 978-1-946006-62-2
Softcover:  978-1-946848-33-8
LCCN: 2017933419

Page Count: 252
Release Date: 5/19/2017
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Saffi falls in love with and marries her mad scientist, never expecting to find the most profound friendship of her life with his mother, Gummy. She doesn’t particularly care for the woman, and the feeling seems to be mutual.

Thrown together by circumstance, they forge a bond based on necessity, animosity, and begrudging respect. Neither knows it will last long after they no longer recognize each other. Memory loss changes more than the person who can’t remember. It changes those who can’t forget.

Nobody Told Me is the story of a complicated and powerful relationship—the love between two women who love the same man and the struggle to hold on as dementia erases past, present, and future.
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Ms. Karfelt holds little back in this heart-felt account of mother-in-law Gummy's losing battle with dementia. The writing is raw, compelling, and brings the reader into her home with her family during this hard time. “Nobody Told Me” is full of sassy banter and real moments of confusion and heartache—as well as the hard decisions a family must make for their loved one. Anyone who has ever dealt with (or is dealing with) a family member suffering from dementia will find comfort between the pages of “Nobody Told Me.”
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