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Remembering a Loved Oneís Suffering From a Physical Malady

Dr. Rosalie H. Contino recounts her experiences in taking care of her sixty-one-year-old brother, who was diagnosed with schizophrenia.


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Bob: As Life Goes On: Lessons One Doesnít Want to Have to Learn
Written by Dr. Rosalie H. Contino
Bob: As Life Goes On: Lessons One Doesnít Want to Have to Learn Written by Dr. Rosalie H. Contino

Managing chronic health problems can be a very burdensome experience, especially on the part of loved ones who are actively involved in caregiving. Bob: As Life Goes On: Lessons One Doesnít Want to Have to Learn tells the authorís experiences of caring for her brother, Bob, who suffered from a mild case of schizophrenia.

Managing chronic health problems can be a very burdensome experience, especially on the part of loved ones who are actively involved in caregiving. Bob: As Life Goes On: Lessons One Doesnít Want to Have to Learn tells the authorís experiences of caring for her brother, Bob, who suffered from a mild case of schizophrenia.

This memoir recalls Continoís pains and frustrations as she went through the process of dealing with her brotherís failing health, from diagnosis to treatment. She saw Bobís limping and the many tests to be administered, which her brother sometimes refused. Rosalie sacrificed a lot of her plans to fulfill her promise to her deceased parents to take care of her beloved brother.

Author Contino, however, reflects on the learnings of that painful episode of their lives, and remembers Bob fondly in this work.




Bob: As Life Goes On: Lessons One Doesnít Want to Have to Learn
Written by Dr. Rosalie H. Contino
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About the Author

Dr. Rosalie H. Contino holds a bachelorís degree in elementary education from Fordham University, and masteral and doctoral degrees in educational theater from New York University. Contino has served as an elementary and junior high school teacher and as a teaching fellow at New York University. As a retiree, she now enjoys being a writer, playwright, costume designer, and a lecturer. She presently resides in Brooklyn, New York.


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