My Turn to Care
T. Nelson, 1994 - Adult children of aging parents - 381 pages
More than 100 writers--all of whom have cared for aging parents--collaborated on this unique book, filling it with devotionals and poetry that inspire the heart and bolster the spirit. Readers will be touched by poignant meditations on topics such as the aging process, parents who move in, decisions about nursing homes, professional care, and death.
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