Refeathering the Nest
From Dutiful Daughter to Self-Aware Caregiver
Katy Butler • When families become stressed by a member's long-term care needs, it's easy to continue the usual relationship patterns and perpetuate long-standing resentments. But sometimes it's possible to learn new ways of being and interacting.
Katy Butler • Those who care for ailing family members often are undertaking a marathon, not a sprint.
What it Takes to be with Your Clients to the End
Barry J. Jacobs • Few of us instinctively know what to do and say when families are confronting the death of a loved one. But we can start by being with them in the struggle.
Acknowledging Spirituality in Life's Final Journey
David Seaburn • Drawing on spiritual resources can ease the pain and sorrow of death for client and therapist alike.
Discovering our Values by Confronting Our Fears
Steven Hayes • Learning to accept our fears as guideposts to who we really want to be.