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So this book strikes home to me, and I highly recommend it to anyone at any stage of caregiving.
I highly recommend this new book as it contains much helpful information, resources, and how the author and others have navigated the challenging role of caregiving.
Sheehy is a good writer and I found what could have been a dense and boring book a very quick read.
This book helped me care for my husband while we learned "on the job" about Alzheimer's Disease and how terrible it was to deal with. Read morePublished 1 month ago by M. S.
My husband had a serious hemorrhagic stroke several months ago. Gail Sheehy's book gave me the strength and fortitude to walk thruough this difficult time, bringing a litle order... Read morePublished 2 months ago by S. Wallen
Am familiar with the author's other Passages books. She writes about sensitive and difficult topics and handles them very well. Read morePublished 2 months ago by susan c
A very sensitive book for us baby boomers with aging parents. It calms your worries and helps you plan for the future.Published 3 months ago by James Coyle
Very insightful in many ways, not only for the caregiver but for being realistic about end of life issues that we should all make our plans for.Published 5 months ago by Wiley
A depressing aspect of all of our lives that this covers. It's rather long on her story but she ties it in with a general look. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Da
A realistic guide to giving care to others - whether parents, friends, children. Gives an expectation and framework within which to navigate the reality of caregiving.Published 7 months ago by Kathy K.
Passages in Caregiving is a well-stocked practical guide as well as a thoughtful philosophical guide for caregivers. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Patty01
Excellent work and resource from one who has lived it. I bought one for a friend also a caregiver personPublished 11 months ago by Genie L. Wessel