Rosalie Contino's Memories Of Schizophrenic Brother Released In AS LIFE GOES ON

Not many often get the chance to be close to a loved one during a difficult period in life. More often, they slip away in the blink of an eye. In Rosalie Contino's new book entitled "As Life Goes On: Lessons One Doesn't Want to Have to Learn," readers will learn the value of a sibling relationship.

Bob, Rosalie's brother, was diagnosed with schizophrenia. With no real family to care for him, Bob was left under Rosalie's care. At first, Rosalie felt herself to be in a bad position, considering her brother's condition made him quite volatile. But gradually, Rosalie grew to care and love for her brother deeply in a way she never thought she could.

A satisfied reader said: "What a touching story. I could picture Bob and Rosalie fighting, but also making up and caring for each other like a model brother and sister should. I admire the author's patience and perseverance."

To know more about Rosalie Contino and her works, take the time to visit her website at aslifegoeson.rosaliecontinobooks.com.

"As Life Goes On: Lessons One Doesn't Want to Have to Learn"
Written by Rosalie H. Contino, PhD
Kindle | $2.99
Paperback | $9.99
Hardcover | $24.99

Book copies are available at www.litfirepublishing.com, www.amazon.com, www.barnesandnoble.com, and other online book retailers.

About the Author

Dr. Rosalie H. Contino, PhD, also has a degree in elementary education and an MA in educational theater. She's had experience in costume design and costume consultancy. She occasionally works as a production lecturer. She resides in Brooklyn, New York, and has written two other books.



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