Today’s guest is bereavement care specialist, Dr. Virginia Simpson. In her new book, The Space Between: A Memoir of Mother-Daughter Love at the End of Life, Dr. Simpson takes readers through her years as her mother’s caregiver and shows how love can heal even a most contentious relationship when two people keep the lines of communication open.
With 66 million caregivers today and many more on the way as baby boomers age, the issues of end of life care are important for each and every one of us.
New Book Offers Hope For Caregivers
- What do you suggest our listeners do before they themselves or someone they love becomes ill and requires caregiving?
- What are your top three tips for dealing with a difficult elderly parent when you are their caregiver?
- In what ways will The Space Between help our listeners?
- What hope can you offer to our listeners who may find themselves in the position of caregiving a parent?
To learn more about Dr. Virginia Simpson and her new book The Space Between: A Memoir of Mother-Daughter Love at the End of Life please visit www.virginiaasimpson.com
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