This book was written by Kelsey Crowe who has a doctorate in social welfare, and has had her own experience of breast cancer, along with Emily McDowell who is well known for her humorous empathy cards for loss and illness. The book provides a practical, easy-to-read guide to how to speak to loved ones when they are facing a particularly challenging situation. It is a helpful guide to what to say and do when you don't know what to say or do.
There is no good card for this: What to say and do when life is scary, awful and unfair to people you love
by Crowe, Kelsey; McDowell, Emily
HarperOne, San Francisco, US, 2017
Categories: Carers, Relationships
Subjects: Caregiving, Families, Grief, Relationships
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