Selinsgrove, PA (PRWEB) March 21, 2008
Crisis strikes all of us at some time in our lives. We might think we are prepared to respond when people we care about need our help, but so often in the moment we are paralyzed by the fear of saying or doing the wrong thing -- so we do nothing. There are several things you can do that will let your loved one know you care.
The authors experienced crises in their own lives and received very different responses from friends and acquaintances. This prompted them to interview others who had life-altering experiences, and the result is this compilation of stories in which you will discover simple and effective ways to lend a hand.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Candice Hinckley is a native of Auburn, Maine. She wrote a newspaper column for several years and an article for Coping, a magazine for survivors of catastrophic illness and their caregivers. Candice currently resides in Central Pennsylvania, where her two children, Alison and Christopher, fly in and out of the nest.
Kathleen Kahler is also a Mainer, enjoys outdoor human-powered activities, and has written several articles for her local daily paper. She has a wonderfully supportive husband, Mark, who shares her passion for all things outdoors and natural. They are currently trading in their in-town lifestyle for a small plot of farmland, on which to raise gardens, goats, and grandchildren.
(2007, paperback, 44 pages)
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