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Caring for the Soul
     

Caring for the Soul

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by Maureen Uche
 
“Caring for the Soul” draws your attention to the emotional scars created by medical events. You will learn encouraging emotional support styles. You will learn not to ignore signs of hopelessness and despair that are constantly overlooked in patients. The author ensures that the lessons learnt from her life as a Chaplain are recorded.

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“Caring for the Soul” draws your attention to the emotional scars created by medical events. You will learn encouraging emotional support styles. You will learn not to ignore signs of hopelessness and despair that are constantly overlooked in patients. The author ensures that the lessons learnt from her life as a Chaplain are recorded.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940013601468
Publisher:
Porter's Place
Publication date:
06/15/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
54
File size:
69 KB

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Caring for the Soul 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was being curious about caregivers, health workers and chaplains of how they feel in choosing this field and what some of their experiences in handling their patient. I have relatives taking this course and some of them working as a nursing aide. At first, I was being wondered how they carry and assist this kind of job. This job was not really easy and they put so much patience, emotions and feelings in this type of job in order their patient thinks that they are deserving to live in this world and forget their burden. This book gives me an idea and knowledge about this job. The nature and experience of the author emphasizing how they help the patients with the emotional impact of the medical event. "Caring for the soul" is addressing for aspiring health workers, hardworking chaplains and soon to be caregivers. This book helps you to counsel, assisting and confront this type of situation. This is worth reading for