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When Someone You Love No Longer Remembers
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Release Date: July 2011
Page Count: 64
Size: 6 x 6
Binding: Hardcover
ISBN: 978-0-7369-3871-6
Case Lot Quantity: 72

When Someone You Love No Longer Remembers

Bestselling author Cecil Murphey, creator of When Someone You Love Has Cancer, shares another inspired offering. With a caring spirit, he provides comfort, advice, and prayers for those who journey alongside a loved one whose memory is fading.

Tranquil paintings of popular artist Michal Sparks provide a sanctuary for caregivers, friends, and family members as they draw strength from firsthand stories of those who have walked a similar path. Murphey offers simple, invaluable guidance on how to:

  • take care of themselves and seek assistance
  • shape new ways to communicate with their loved one
  • help others connect with the person
  • introduce activities and exercise to enhance health and mobility

For those walking a sometimes lonely journey, this gift offers a gentle voice of support and is a hopeful reminder of the moments of peace that they and their loved one can still experience together.

Meet the authors

Michal Sparks

Michal Sparks

Michal Sparks’ artwork can be found throughout the home-furnishings industry in textiles, gift items, dinnerware, and more. She is the artist for 52 DIY Crafts for Girls, Reagandoodle and Little Buddy Welcome Baby, and the DIY Home Planner. Connect with Michal at    

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Cecil Murphey

Cecil Murphey

Cecil Murphey is an international speaker and bestselling author who has written more than 100 books, including New York Times bestseller 90 Minutes in Heaven (with Don Piper). Cecil has served as a pastor and hospital chaplain for many years, and through his ministry and books such as When Someone You Love Has Cancer, Words of Comfort...

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A Word from the Author

“As we slowly lose the loved one who no longer remembers, we don't forget the way the person used to be. As caregivers, we can't change circumstances, but we can remind ourselves, ‘As I serve my loved one, I am serving God.’”
Cecil Murphey, author of When Someone You Love No Longer Remembers

Editorial Reviews

“Full of touching stories from those who've been there, this book brings support, comfort, and peace during these trying times. Giving it as a gift is a great way to show support.”

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When Someone You Love No Longer Remembers hits the need for comfort that every caregiver needs. Having cared for my elderly mom for over eight years, and a daughter with a mental illness at the same time, I know first-hand that exhaustion, loneliness, and depression are very real enemies for caregivers. Cecil’s new book is a cup of cold water to the weary.”
Virelle Kidder

“You will be hard pressed to make it through the two dozen vignettes in this book without tears forming in your eyes. Those who have walked this difficult road will recognize themselves and find comfort as they learn from others’ struggles. Those who haven’t are likely to find compassion welling up in their hearts for people walking through this valley. Cecil Murphey is a best-selling author because of his sensitivity, creativity, and teacher-heart. When Someone You Love No Longer Cares will strengthen his reputation as a master of storytelling and instruction.”
Ken Walker, co-author of Winning the Food Fight

“Once again, Cecil Murphey has created a beautiful gift book entitled When Someone You Love No Longer Remembers. His brief stories, prayers, practical advice, and encouragement for caregivers would be a comforting gift book for those who are taking care of loved ones who can no longer remember. The book is also beautifully illustrated. I recommend this book to caregivers.”
Dr. Carolyn Driver, professor, Beulah Heights University

“With firm yet compassionate words, author Cecil Murphey comes alongside caregivers to offer empathy, understanding, and advice borne of experience. When Someone You Love No Longer Remembers presents a treasure chest of caregiver wisdom. Tender illustrations, true stories, and real-life examples end in the aphorisms that have become Murphey’s trademark.”
Marti Pieper, author

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