When someone is diagnosed with cancer, friends and family want to help, but are often unsure what they can do. They may make vague offers of help, "Let me know if there's anything I can do", at a time when the person may feel awkward about asking for help, or may not have the time or energy to think about it. In this book, author Deborah Hutton provides lots of ideas for ways in which family and friends can provide practical help. Deborah Hutton was diganosed with advanced cancer at the age of 49.
What can I do to help?
by Hutton, Deborah
Short Books, London, 2010
Categories: Carers, Relationships
Subjects: Caregiving, Family and friends, Practical support
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