Leaning Into Sharp Points:Practical Guidence and Nuturing Support for CaregiversELISABETH KUBLER-ROSS FOUNDATION-Dianne Gray, board member of Elisabeth Kübler-Ross Foundation and president of Hospice and Healthcare Communications“Gentle and supportive, Stan Goldberg’s essential book should stay on your nightstand throughout the long process from diagnosis to death. You will turn to it again and again for practical, crucial guidance that you will use immediately, and often…”Awards, Endorsements and ReviewsAWARDS First Place Award Winner Health: Death and Dying category, 2012 International Book Awards Leaning into Sharp Points: Practical Guidance and Nurturing Support for Caregivers Finalist Self-Help General 2012 International Book Awards Leaning into Sharp Points: Practical Guidance and Nurturing Support for CaregiversExcerptsStatistics show that at least once in almost everyone’s life, they will become a caregiver. Though an estimated 35 million currently provide care for someone terminally or chronically ill, those who accept this responsibility often feel as alone as if they were in a frightening foreign land. Whether visiting occasionally or caregiving 24/7, they are brushing up against life’s sharpest point. Lessons for the LivingPeople learned what I was doing when I would decline an invitation to do something on a Thursday night. When they asked why I couldn’t come, and I responded with “I’ll be doing my hospice shift then,” my explanation was generally met with silence.AWARDS2011 First Place Award-Winner in the Spirituality: Inspirational —-Category International Book Awards 2011 Best Buddhist Writing of 2011 Excerpt From Lessons for the Living2011 First Place Award-Winner in the Spirituality: Inspirational —-Category International Book Awards 2011 Best Buddhist Writing of 2011 2010 London Book Festival Grand Prize Winner, Best —-International Book 2010 London Book Festival Best International Inspirational Book Reviews of Lessons for the Living2011 Best Buddhist Writing of 2011 2010 London Book Festival Grand Prize Winner, Best International Book 2010 London Book Festival Best International Inspirational Book PoemsOf Course You Remember Of course you remember she says. It was your sixtieth, and we came from across the country to express our love. I don’t remember, I say.Published Books by Stan GoldbergFirst Place Death and Dying, Finalist Self-Help, 2012 International Book Awards Winner of the London Book Festival’s Best New International Book of 2010 SIGN UP TO GET ACCESS I agree to have my personal information transfered to AWeber ( more information )Subscribe to get updates and receive your ebook - Family Conflicts During Health Crises: 13 Best Strategies To Prevent ThemWe hate spam. Your email address will not be sold or shared with anyone else.