Communicating with Your Elderly Loved Ones: Practical Recommendations for Interacting at Home Or at Eldercare Centers

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AuthorHouse, Jul 1, 2001 - Family & Relationships - 88 pages
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Have you completely emptied your soul of a past love and old emotions that you have been unable to brush off your shoulders and let go?  If not, you are a bagman or bag-lady with a suitcase full of stuff.... that is, remembrances of old habits that could be preventing you from moving past emotions you thought were true and absolute love.

Rose Petals in the Snow reveals love in many forms.  There are expressions of happy love as well as not so happy love, but, it is all real because my inspiration comes from everyone I meet.

A belief exists that if a finger is stuck down into the center of a heart, it is possible to touch the soul, and if you listen, the whisper of the heart may be heard.  Whether or not this is true, is for one to ponder.  If one is in a place of a true spirit of love, truth, understanding and harmony within the self, all things are possible.

I do not attempt to answer questions that may or may not have answers, but, I write what lovers see, feel, think and do.  I write about respect in love and sometimes disrespect when love has gone terribly wrong.  A further intent is to share some of the lessons I have learned through experiencing myself and from the experience of others.

The Lesson:  In relationships, we must strive to remain human at all times....even with ourselves.

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About the author (2001)

Hughes is the president of BCW, Inc., Business Communications Workshops. She is also Adjunct Professor of Communication subjects at Mount Saint Mary College, Newburgh, NY.

Miller began her nursing career at Mary Immaculate Hospital in Jamaica, New York. After serving in Geriatric Home Care, she met the needs of elderly patients in a highly praised retirement home in Middletown, NY, becoming Director of Nursing and Assistant Administrator. Retiring from active nursing in 1994, she is volunteering at Hospice of Orange County.

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