A caregiver's survival guide: how to stay healthy when your loved one is sick

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InterVarsity Press, 2000 - Medical - 153 pages
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When you are responsible for another person's physical needs, your own needs can take a back seat. After caring for her spouse, who for ten years suffered from a rare, debilitating disease, Kay Marshall Strom is able to bring a voice of experience and compassion to this important topic. [] Finding spiritual support ; [] Maintaining balanced relationships ; [] Deciding when living at home is no longer possible ; [] Working out the finances ; [] Understanding the impact on the whole family ; [] Dealing with the personal losses.

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User Review  - bcat - Christianbook.com

This book was a gift for my aunt who is caring for my elderly grandmother. She found it so helpful that she even took it with her to a doctor's appointment because it explained an issue better than she knew how to do. It definitely was the right book at the right time. Read full review

User Review  - Anne Herskowitz Gifford - Christianbook.com

I knew Larry and Kay from many years ago. I was very disheartened to hear of Larry's illness but we can all feel very blessed that Kay shared her experiences and knowledge in writing this book. Kay is a very talented and Godly woman. Any materials she authors is sure to be a quality product. Read full review


Before You Begin
Dealing with Losses
There Is Only So Much Money

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