A Caregiver? Me? by Lynda Bush

* I received a copy of this book from the publisher via Booksneeze in exchange for an honest review.

108 pages
Publisher: WestBow Press (2012)


Becoming a caregiver for a terminally ill family member is an enormous challenge. This guide is a gift to my late husband, who not only taught me how to live well but how to die well. I hope it will carry on his legacy of always teaching and sharing, even as he faced the end of his life.
A compact guide that you can easily reference along your personal journey, it is filled with practical suggestions to help you, as the caregiver, honor the way your family member would like to create his or her final journey toward paradise.

My Thoughts

 A handy tool for caregivers- it offers practical advice with a wry sense of humor thrown in to help caregivers and loved ones on their journey.It was a very quick read. It even had tips I was not familiar with and will put to use.So for this handy dandy guide, I'm giving it:



 About the Author:

This caregiver guide was created after I walked the journey with my late husband, as he faced the diagnosis of terminal cancer. We both faced life challenges with bizarre humor and the challenge of cancer did not escape our efforts to find something to laugh at every day.  That helped to temper the anguish and sadness we felt so profoundly as we were handed this terminal diagnosis.
I live in the northwest.  My blended family including 15 grandchildren and their parents are, indeed, a blessing.

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