A collection of anecdotes and insights to help those who feel awkward and unsure about responding to a friend's illness, and also for those who have an illness and are dealing with the awkwardness of those around them. Includes parents talking to children, doctor-patient communication and end-of-life issues.
The etiquette of illness: What to say when you can't find the right words
by Halpern, Susan P
Bloomsbury, New York, USA, 2004
Subjects: Children, Coping strategies, Death, Doctor patient relationship, Grief
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