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Caregiving: A Daughter's Story: Life After Loss - Surviving Caregiving

by Janice Baldon Gutter

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Caregiving: A Daughter's Story tells the story of a Daughter who experienced the surprise, joys and pain of watching loved ones become ill and eventually die. Suddenly she became the decision maker for those who once made decisions for her. When did the roles change from carefree child to adult caregiver for the loving parents who raised her? How did she cope and survive the process? Learn how an average person, like you, learned to make healthcare and other professionals LISTEN and work with her (and not dictate to her) to make decisions on behalf of loved ones. Read the story of an ordinary person coping with the stresses and joys of caregiving for loved ones, how to survive through the caregiving process, and how to say "NO" to others when caregiving is over.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:09:08 -0400)

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