All We Need Is a Happy Ending

At first, Diane Farley was just a bit forgetful. But when her behavior became concerning, her family embarked on a journey of hope, despair, disappointment, and ultimately acceptance. This is Diane’s story, told by her younger sister, Renae Farley, who was aboard for the whole roller-coaster ride after Diane was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease. Always seeking a happy ending, Renae waded through insurance forms, dealt with doctors and holistic practitioners, and did everything she could to ease Diane’s growing bewilderment. The sadness of this story will tug at your heartstrings, but you will also be inspired by its message of the power of unconditional love.

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All We Need Is a Happy Ending [Autographed Copy]

I am thrilled with every opportunity I have to help other people through sharing about the “All We Need Is a Happy Ending” journey. Here are links to some of my recent interviews and press opportunities:

Renae Farley on Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio Show (starting at minute 66:00): http://alzheimersspeaks.wordpress.com/tag/renae-farley

Renae Farley on The Life’s Dash with Michele Mattia Radio Show: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/thelifesdash/2014/01/14/all-we-need-is-a-happy-ending-a-true-story-of-life-love-alzheimers-disease

Renae Farley

Biography

As a first time author, I am very excited to release my book which is the story of my dear friend and beloved sister Diane and her 6 year battle with early onset Alzheimer’s Disease starting at the age of 49.

As an interior design for the last 30 year in San Diego California, I was not equipped with the skills for what was to become my new life. I hope it will show that anything is possible and there is always a silver lining in any story. It is a journey that we took together that a lot of you will experience if you haven’t already.

I hope you enjoy it and are able to use it as a tool if you are ever sent down this same path.

Thank you so much for reading our story!

Renae Farley