•Mom's health is beginning to decline. You love her, but you're worried about how you're going to provide the care she needs while handling the other demands in your life.
•Dad has always been a private person. You want to support his life choices as he gets older. How do you talk about what he needs both now and in the future?
•Ever since Dad's death, Mom hasn't been the same. How do you help her grieve, when you're dealing with your own feelings of loss?
Whether it's discussing living arrangements, health issues, money, grief and loss, the ability to drive, or advance directives, this must-have resource will help you start or continue the conversations you want and need have with your aging parents. Shannon guides you through facing the toughest topics, so you can communicate clearly with dignity and respect. Her practical tools will help you alleviate stress and nurture a deeper connection within your relationship together.
|Publisher:||Total Publishing & Media|
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.20(d)|
About the Author
Shannon's brand, "The Invisible Conversations"(tm) helps people have the conversations they want and need to have with the people who matter most to them. Her other book, "How Was School Today? Fine" was co-written with her daughter, and will soon be re-released through the "Invisible Conversations" brand.