In this practical helper's companion, the authors explore a path through these confusions, and provide support and inspiration fo us in our efforts as members of the helping professions, as volunteers, as community activists, or simply as friends and family trying to meet each other's needs. Here too are deeply moving personal accounts: A housewife brings zoo animals to lift the spirits of nursing home residents; a nun tends the wounded on the first night of the Nicaraguan revolution; a police officer talks a desperate father out of leaping from a roof with his child; a nurse allows an infant to spend its last moments of life in her arms rather than on a hospital machine. From many such stories and the authors' reflections, we can find strength, clarity, and wisdom for those times when we are called on to care for one another. How Can I Help? reminds us just how much we have to give and how doing so can lead to some of the most joyous moments of our lives.
If you are a CBT, solution focused, or reality therapy person, Dass is not for you. enough saidPublished 3 months ago by Diedre Cook
Fantastic guide on the road to understanding different kinds and stages of service and human connectedness.Published 5 months ago by Catherine S. Kemelmacher
Using personal stories as examples, the authors present a challenge to anyone who finds themselves in a role or position of "helping". Read morePublished 6 months ago by lglover
I love the message of this book. Some of the stories were a little out there and seemed to jump around instead of flowing, but if you're reading for a good message, then this is a... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Lauren Ross
Examines every aspect of service or helping others. Deals with internal barriers and conflicts so that one can find a clear pathway to give whatever is needed.Published 9 months ago by Joyce Wilson