New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, Jane Heller, called the show to share her journey as a caregiver. Her new book bears the most hilarious title, and it’s one that caregivers will quickly understand.
In this book, Jane brings her wonderful wit to her harsh journey as a caregiver for her husband and her mother. With the deftness of experience, Jane wades into the journey of caregiver with great understanding and compassion. Her readers find a kindred heart who truly gets the challenges. Jane gives words to what we all feel, and provides specific help, as well as a friendly voice of experience to fellow caregivers.
“Crying is good. Not if you’re just crying and you don’t understand why. But, if you can attach a meaning and focus to the tears, You’ll see; you come out of this stronger. You’ll see that crying didn’t destroy you. It’s just temporary, and it’s a cathartic way of expressing emotions.
About Peter Rosenberger
Peter Rosenberger, a thirty-year caregiver, is the author of Hope for the Caregiver, and 7 Caregiver Landmines and How You Can Avoid Them. Peter serves as the president and co-founder of Standing With Hope.
The author of four books, Peter recently earned a 2nd Dan (degree) black-belt in Hapkido, and is also an accomplished pianist. He recently release his new CD, Songs for the Caregiver.
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