The beautiful knowledge and guidance found in this book is incredible. So enlightening, when going through tough circumstances. I was blessed to have my mom as my caregiver. I feel this book is incredibly accurate and useful.
Capri Grotowski, cancer survivor, mother, and award-winning NCAA Division I Head Women’s Beach Volley Ball Coach, Florida Atlantic University.
A must read for medical and non-medical caregivers. A primer on the value of faith in avoiding burnout from the exhausting, arduous, mind boggling, and yet ultimately pleasing experience in care giving; one of the most difficult challenges facing human beings.
Dr. Wayne O. Wallace, Jr. MD, US Army Flight Surgeon, Bronze Star, Air Medal, Vietnam. Kansas Hospice Medical Director of the Year, 2015. Board certified in Family Practice.
Caregiver burnout, and even situational depression, can occur in long-term caregiving when the caregiver’s needs go unmet. This book is a beautiful starting place to help caregivers prepare and feel supported in their journey. The combination of anecdotes and poignant descriptions throughout the book lets caregivers know they are not alone in their feelings and experiences.
Mary K. Tatum, MS, LMHC. Adjunct Professor of Psychology Graduate Studies at Palm Beach Atlantic University.
I was so moved by the advice and guidance in this book. One never knows when they may be called upon to step in and become “The Caregiver.” This is an excellent resource providing help, understanding, and guidance in a beautiful faith-based way.
Nori Douglas, RN, CCRN (critical care ICU nurse), Director of Senior Adult Ministries, trained Stephen Minister.
As one who routinely completes Neuropsychological evaluations for competency, guardianship, conservatorship and end-of-life planning, Reassuring Guidance is an exceptional resource for families facing the challenging complexities of caregiving. Its heart-felt honesty gives voice to the emotional and spiritual journey courageously navigated by faith and prayer.
JW Ragsdale, M.Div. PhD. Licensed Psychologist in private practice in Durango, Colorado since 1986.
Empathetically embedded in this book is a confirmation that true spiritual guidance exists. It provides reassurance for committed caregivers to be hopeful, helpful, and full of joy.
Buzz Harrison, DMin., MD, General Medical Officer, US Army, Bronze Star, Vietnam. Thirty-five years of pastoral ministry.