Share My Lonesome Valley
The Slow Grief of Long-Term Care
by Doug Manning
Whether a patient has cancer, heart disease, Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease ALS, AIDS. . .there is one thing all of these diseases have in common: someone is caring for the one who is ill. Long-term care means the caregiver is busy, overwhelmed, tired and has little opportunity to realize, or reconcile, the gradual losses that take place. This takes a toll on the caregiver, the family and the patient. Doug outlines the caregiving journey and gently provides opportunities for the caregiver to deal with the quiet sorrows.
- InSight Books, Inc, March 1999
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