A lighthearted tale of a man who lived in an abode that appeared to float on a mud puddle. He was initially grumpy, independent and did not want our help. The journey that we shared was 'different' and delightful. Laughter can indeed be the best medicine.
All people in the caring professions have to be able to put barriers between themselves and their patients to protect them from compassion fatigue. Lola was a lady who showed us that it is okay to have gaps in the walls that we build.
Blind Faith (Tales of a nurse in Africa)
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Alone, voiceless and vulnerable - she lies isolated in her shack. A lady who is tormented by the demons of her mind that cannot be drowned out, she endures every day of a living hell. This true story will engross the reader and attempt to capture the moments of a woman's worst nightmare. Is there any hope? Is there a reason to endure yet another day? This is a truly terrifying tale of the forgotten.