For Goodness Sake: A Daily Book of Cheer for Nurses Aides And Others Who Care

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Hartman Pub., Jan 31, 1999 - Family & Relationships - 464 pages
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Transform your facility or agency today! Keep your aides happy and focused! Our best-selling author, Bethany Knight, has written a book that your aides will actually use every day of the year. Not only will they read it on their own time, but they'll love it! Within these pages, they will find courage, compassion, humor, dedication, and experience that relates directly to their own jobs and lives as caregivers."I really enjoy the book. I try to read it each day before work, and to apply the day's reading to my work day." -Helen King, an aide for 45 years "I have loved reading the book. When I need reminder of what a special job I have, I reach for your book." -Debra Denu, CNA "The book is wonderful. I couldn't put it down, so I read it all in one night, a lot of things hit home." -Mary McFarland

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About the author (1999)

Bethany Knight lives at Shantivanam (peace forest), 130 acres of woods, meadows and ponds in northern Vermont, where she writes and leads workshops and retreats on spirituality, peacemaking, and meaningful living. She is a former long term care ombudsman, healthcare executive, lobbyist, newspaper reporter and gubernatorial speechwriter. Bethany is also a licensed pastor, nursing assistant and long term care insurance agent. In December, 1998, she was a participant in the Way of Peace, a 54-person, international pilgrimage in India, led by the Dalai Lama. A graduate of the University of Michigan and Central Michigan University, Bethany holds a BA in journalism and an MA in recreation and parks administration. She has done post graduate work at Duke Divinity School. Bethany and her husband, Dr. Thurmond Knight, a maker of cellos, violins and violas, have two grown children, Chelsea and Elliot.

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