Caring and Coping When Your Loved One Is Seriously Ill
When someone you care about develops a serious illness, your own world is often turned upside down as well. In his gentle, straightforward style, Earl Grollman shows how you can best support the person who is ill—and handle your own emotions, too. A completely updated resource section lists organizations throughout the United States and Canada.
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Your Loved Ones Needs
Your Childrens Needs
Helping Your Loved One
Helping Each Other
Decisions Near the End of Life
A Decalogue for Helping the Seriously III
Vital Information Concerning the Seriously III
Where to Go for Help
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