Passages in Caregiving

    Turning Chaos into Confidence


    About the Book  

    by Anne Colby, LA Times, May 22, 2010

    Caring for a loved one with a chronic illness — a parent, partner, sibling or child — is a role no one aspires to but many of us will take on.

    In her superb new book, “Passages in Caregiving,” Gail Sheehy writes that someone is serving as an unpaid family caregiver in almost one-third of American households. It’s a job that lasts an average of five years…..

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