Treat Gently, This Gentle Man by Patti R. Albaugh

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Patti R. Albaugh is the author of Treat Gently, This Gentle Man, a collection of essays and prayers that describes the journey she took alongside her father in his last year of life. She would like to share this resource at nominal cost to those who are involved with eldercare. Many people have told her how much they were comforted by her book.

Treat Gently, This Gentle Man is available for Kindle download from http://www.amazon.com/Treat-Gently-This-Gentle-ebook/dp/B006OUK3WU/ for only $0.99.

We would like invite you to explore her book and determine whether Treat Gently could be a resource for you. You can visit the Amazon site for the paperback version at http://www.amazon.com/Treat-Gently-This-Gentle-Man/dp/061528745X/ where you are able to read sample chapters. Readers can buy the book at https://www.createspace.com/3377980 for a 45% discount. Use the code 3CJWWANB.

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