Peaceful Passage by Kim West

One out of 4 women over 50 will care for a family member in dementia or dying.

 

Kim West’s personal caregiving journal within this unusually detailed guidebook will lighten the burdens and mystery of this journey.  Peaceful Passage is practical and personal for every stage of caregiving, from hearing the news that you are needed as a caregiver, through physical, financial, emotional, family, and faith to planning final arrangements, the closure and reflection on the journey.

 

It is bound to become a classic because it is an extremely beneficial handbook, guide, and not incidentally, is sure to be a great comfort to all who find themselves taking care of a loved one, or burdened with questions like what do I do next, or should I be feeling this way.

 

Whether you are caring for someone in your home, as the author did, or providing care as a guardian or caretaker from a distance, you will find this material  a providential guide in relating to staff, family, hospice, and the changes that will come about in your own life as a result of sharing an end-of-life-journey.

 

I wish I’d had this book when caring for my mother, and I’d recommend it as a gift for yourself, for your own children to use someday (put it with your power of attorney papers), share with a counseling ministry, or bless a caregiver with this well-written and organized manual and uplifting guide through a difficult season.

 

 

 

 

I received a free copy of this book/Ebook/Product to review. I was not required to write a positive review nor was I compensated in any other way. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the FTC Regulations. I am part of The CWA Review Crew.

 

One Response to Peaceful Passage by Kim West

  1. Kelly S says:

    Delores, your review is perfect. I lost my dad 7 years ago to cancer and the last month of his life, I was the primary care giver – with Hospice stopping by as often as they could. I wish I had resources such as this when I needed them the most – it’s truly one of the hardest places to be in and I supposed we always carry it with us. Knowing God’s love and mercy outshine all things we encounter and knowing their peace when joining the Savior somehow makes it an easier transition 🙂
    *Blessings to you!*

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