Caring for the Caregiver
Caregivers have been overlooked. There are many books covering bereavement for the terminally ill and their families. However, due attention has not been paid to those family members and friends who faithfully and selflessly care for the terminally ill person until he or she passes on. Author Roy Harris faithfully stood by his wife of thirty-three years as the two navigated the uncharted waters of breast cancer, ultimately resulting in her death. Roy's sixteen years of experience as a pastor, someone who has been there for countless families going through the death and dying process, adds special insight to the helpful Caregiver Principles he provides at the end of each chapter. "Caring for the Caregiver" is a priceless gift of grace providing support, empathy, and edifying advice for the caregiver.
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