Item description for Suffering in Slow Motion: Help for Long Journey Through Dementia and Other Terminal Illness by Richard Kennedy & Pamela Kennedy...
Overview How does it feel to be diagnosed with a terminal illness? How do you handle your journey toward death? How does it feel to be the spouse or caretaker of the one who is increasingly debilitated? Where can I get help? Where is God in all this? This book answers these questions and many more. Author Richard Kennedy says, "In the end, it comes down to three things: faith, family, and friends." Pamala adds, "I pray that our family's suffering has done some good, that these words will get off the pages and into hearts."
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Amazing Insight Into the Slow Journey of Terminal Illness Feb 28, 2010
Richard and Pamala Kennedy have taken the tragedy of a terminal diagnosis and turned it into a book to help thousands of others who face debilitating diagnoses every day. With tremendous revelation and insight, they share from their experience what helps during the journey of terminal illness from both a caretaker and patient point of view. I highly recommend this book to anyone who loves or takes care of someone with any form of dementia or other terminal illness, and also for the patient. Richard's list of ten things a patient can do to help the caregiver really amazed me. Pamala's list of things to do for "finding the inside of you" is life changing. This book reveals the heart of a family living and loving through the loss of one of their own. They do it with love, with grace and with faith. A moving and excellent read, a great encouragement and some of the best advice to caregivers and those they care for I've ever come across, all rolled into one priceless read.