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Riassunto: You are in the doctor's office when you hear the words "incurable and terminal," followed by a time frame for the remainder of your loved one's life. Suddenly, the world as you knew it is turned upside down. Your primary function now is as a caregiver. You are scared and overwhelmed. You need a companion on this terrifying, unplanned journey to help you cope with the stress and be the best caregiver to your loved one you can be. Author Cynthia B. Stotlar knows about being a caregiver and the stress that comes with supporting a loved one who is terminally ill. For more than eight years, she acted as a caregiver, first for her parents and then for her husband. The Caregiver's Companion comes from that experience. It is a spiritually based guide for those tough times. It helps the caregiver through emotional upheavals, day-to-day stresses, family issues, and situations caregivers regularly encounter. It provides specific, practical tips for de-stressing during what may be the most stressful time of your life. The Caregiver's Companion will help you grow closer in your relationship with your loved one, your family, and with God. These techniques come from someone who has shared your experiences and knows what you are going through.
L'autore: Cynthia B. Stotlar earned a master?s degree in adult education and has taught stress management. She spent many years as a caregiver and now combines her personal experiences as a caregiver with knowledge of stress management to help other caregivers cope effectively and stay spiritually grounded. She has two grown sons with gorgeous wives and six adorable grandchildren.
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Descrizione libro CrossBooks, 2012. Condizione libro: Good. N/A. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Codice libro della libreria GRP80524767
Descrizione libro CrossBooks, 2012. Condizione libro: very good. Gently used. Expect delivery in 20 days. Codice libro della libreria 9781462712885-3