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The truth is, most end-of-life practitioners and caregivers haven’t experienced everything under the sun. Even the brightest among us had to start somewhere and learn how to navigate providing the best care possible. The chapters are written by end-of-life practitioners spanning new to more veteran levels of experience. They all apply because we can learn from all of them.
This book offers support and guidance for your journey into end-of-life care whether you are a formal (paid) or informal (unpaid, family or friend or volunteer) caregiver.
"Bold Spirit Caring for the Dying is a fruitful marriage of actual end-of-life caregiving experiences with vulnerable and compassionate demonstrations on how to be in the moment with people who are actively dying. This is an illuminating and practical guide for both new and seasoned caregivers that offers invaluable insights into the real workings of giving care to people at the end of life."
~ Roger Moore, Marriage and Family Counsellor, Certified Counsellor and Registered Hypnotherapist, Author
“Bold Spirit is a treasure and a remarkable effort which is more than a practical resource about end-of-life care. Tamelynda Lux has given us one of those rare books with the power to inspire the best in all of us. I urge anyone who is caring for the dying or who knows someone involved in such caring work to read this book. The depth of the writing repeatedly informs and inspires us to learn more about our capacity to serve others. I highly recommend Bold Spirit as an important guide to understanding that even at life’s end, the welfare of everyone begins and ends with the caring of mind, body, and spirit.”
~ Charles Garfield, Ph.D., Author of Life’s Last Gift: Giving and Receiving Peace When a Loved One is Dying and Our Wisdom Years: Growing Older With Joy, Fulfillment, Resilience, and No Regrets
“Through Olga’s courage to open herself to an experience most run away from, she was able to learn lessons that many never have the chance to learn. 'This is how death has taught me to live a full life, be present with all.' Her natural ability to be present with the dying not only allows the individual to move into final death but allows their loved ones to realize the value of living a full life. She is not only embracing an individual’s last days before death, she is embracing life until the end."
~ Christine Dernederlanden, C.B.T.,C.T.S.S. Humanitarian in the field of Grief & Trauma, President of Association of Traumatic Stress Specialist, Award winning Author (6) recent release Dying to Live Learn to Live A Full Life From Your lived Experiences and Cora and the Corona, Professional Speaker & Coach.