Hospice Books

New Book: Caring for the Dying, by INELDA President Henry Fersko-Weiss

Dear Editor, I am pleased to announce that Conari Press will publish my book, “Caring for the Dying, A Doula Approach to a Meaningful Death,” on March 1, 2017. This book comes out of my 14 years working as an…

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Dementia Doesn’t Play By The Rules

QUESTION: My question is about when someone with advanced dementia is in that sort of vague pre-active dying period, say those months in and out of the hospital, the time when the PEG (artificial feeding) conversation starts to happen. So…

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My Dad’s Death: A Time Full of Love, Full of Life

By Julie Saeger Nierenberg To say that my dad and I had a close relationship would be an understatement. Our time together was very unique and special, especially in his last months and weeks of life. Our ability to “be-with”…

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Wendy Karasin’s New Book Adds to Conscious End-of-life Conversation

Wendy Karasin‘s new book, The Moon To Play With, A Daughter’s Journey Through Love, Loss, and the Power of Presence, is a memoir of the author’s own loss of both parents within a three month period. Her experiences and her journey…

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New Book Deals With Loss And Difficult Journey To Move On

Katie Bishop encourages readers to embrace God’s love during grieving process Forest, OH (PRWEB) August 21, 2015 Within the pages of Kathie Bishop’s new book, For Those Left Behind, readers will find a heart-warming devotional to help those suffering from…

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“Being There” – A Companion For Caregivers

In my book “Being There”, written as a companion for caregivers, I take you along and share the daily ups and downs on a nineteen month journey after my father suffered a massive stroke. I am the friend who understands…

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Men and Grief: A Different Way Of Healing

By Rev. Daniel R. Duggan In nearly 43 years of working with those who grieve, I have observed differences between men and women in their coping styles. The traditional grief theory I had been taught – that healing results from…

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Penny Davis Shares Heartwarming Hospice Stories

A former executive director of a hospice organization shares stories from her decades-long career and interactions with families, hospice team members and patients in this new book about the importance of time and life lessons released by Dog Ear Publishing.…

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Podcast: “Hope For a Cool Pillow,” New Book by Margaret Overton

Most people love hospice and the mission of hospice. And of course, there is always room for improvement. “In Dr. Margaret Overton‘s new memoir, HOPE FOR A COOL PILLOW (Outpost 19, March 2016), she explores about two polar opposite experiences…

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What Doctors Say They Want For Their Own End-of-Life Care

There’s a Difference Between What Doctors Want for Themselves and What They Prescribe: Fran Smith, author of Changing the Way We Die, Weighs In. (PRWEB) June 05, 2014 In a recent article for Psychology Today, Viva Editions author Fran Smith…

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