Peter Rosenberger has been a caregiver for 28 years having married a woman who was in an automobile accident that left her body-incapacitated. He knows how to maneuver through insurance issues and interpret medical terminology but, most importantly, he knows what caregivers need to be strengthened so they can keep going and take care of their loved ones without neglecting their own needs.
Even though, “Hope for the Caregiver” was targeting for caregivers, it is encouraging for everyone. Everyone should have a copy whether they are currently caregivers or not. Chances are you will be taking care of someone at some time in your life. Maybe not 24/7, but just the same–all caregivers need encouragement they may not receive from their loved one or those around them.
Rosenberger doesn’t pain a rose-colored glasses approach to his own caregiving experience. He does present the dark side of caregiving but shows there is strength and comfort found in God who offers peace in your circumstances.
I recommend this book to everyone especially if you are considering caring for a loved one in your home. This book will show you what you will deal with and help you make an informative decision.
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