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It is hard to ask people for help and many people want to help, but don't know what to do. This slim volume is full of helpful, easy and fun things to make a cancer patient's life a lot easier.
The explosion of private citizens doing public good ; Giving money ; Giving time ; Giving things ; Giving skills ; Gifts of reconciliation and new beginnings ; Gifts that keep on giving ; Model gifts ; Giving to good ideas ; Organizing markets for the public good ; Nonprofit markets can be organize…
Contents: Leadership: an elusive concept -- Cultivating the leadership relationship -- Building commitment: getting others to follow -- Communicating with clarity -- The art of effectively facilitating processes -- Getting results -- Developing others -- Conclusion: leading in the future.
Table of contents: ; 1. Introduction -- 2. Children and Gender Development -- 3. Challenges and Joys in Adolescence -- 4. Parent Journeys Through Cisgenderism -- 5. Siblings, Grandparents, and Animal Companions -- 6. Conclusion
Topics include: ; What is violence? ; Triggers. ; Risk Factors. ; Proxemics - Zones. ; Communication. ; Includes CD-ROM titled "Managing aggressive behavior for volunteers in health care : supporting material".
Husbands and wives of people with cancer discuss their deepest emotions, sharing their fears and hopes as both partner and caregiver. The spouses, from varied backgrounds and at different stages in their lives, speak to how the illness tests the strength and endurance of their marriage. This 17 mi…
Written by two hospice nurses. Helps families understand and communicate with terminally ill patients.