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Motherhood: Lost and Found

By: Ann Campanella
Narrated by: Ann Campanella
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Ann Campanella, a freelance writer and horsewoman, returns to North Carolina after a several year absence. In her midthirties and ready to start a family, she is used to setting goals and accomplishing them. But when Ann experiences a series of miscarriages at the same time her mother shows signs of Alzheimer's, she plunges into an emotional journey that leads her to a deeper understanding of herself and what it means to love.

©2013 Ann Campanella (P)2016 Ann Campanella

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A journey you won’t want to miss

My husband and I listened to the Audible version of “Motherhood: Lost and Found” together while on a road trip. The fact that the author provided the narration added an element of heartfelt emotion that could only have come from someone who had lived through the experience. We were drawn into Ann’s story right from the beginning as she pulled the curtain back and allowed us a glimpse into her family’s lives during the unfolding drama connected with aging parents – one with dementia, while at the same time struggling with the emotional roller-coaster of infertility.
Having cared for a mother with dementia and a father ill with Parkinson’s, it was easy to relate to some of the various challenges she faced. However, I would certainly say that this book is much more than simply a story about Alzheimer’s. Ann’s words draw a picture of courage, honesty, and the willingness to do the hard thing even when feeling weak and worn out.
Do not think that this is a story of sadness and defeat – no, rather, it takes you on a journey that offers the reader hope and a salve for a grieving heart. No matter where you find yourself in your life, this is one journey you won’t want to miss.

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