Unique Book Details a Mother-Daughter End of Life Sojourn with Humor, Honesty and Wisdom
“I wrote You Can’t Drive Your Car to Your Own Funeral with complete dedication, commitment, and the hope that you will find loving solutions to the stressful challenges of caring for a strong willed dear one. This is my story, but yours as well. We all have a difficult person in our lives,” says author Ann Marie Hancock.
It was no easy task. Her mother, in her 90s and denying the existence of her cancer, refused to give up her car or her independence, and lived alone until the end. Hancock remembers one day when her mother insisted on driving them to an appointment. She ran through two red lights. When Hancock said something, her mom replied, “Don’t worry about it. Your dad did it all the time.”
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“A masterpiece of a book filled with a treasure trove of personal stories. A truly exceptional…read.”
- John J. Kelly, Detroit Free Press
“Ann Marie Hancock has gifted the world with a memorable book…a wise, warm and at times humorous message about living life to the fullest.”
- Dr. Grady Harp, Amazon Top 50 Book Reviewer