What to Do about Mama? Expectations and Realities of Caregiving
First, we would like to thank you for supporting the second edition of What to Do about Mama? To show our appreciation, WTDAM will be available free to download on Kindle throughout this upcoming Mother’s Day weekend. WTDAM may not be a book that you WANT, it is a book that you NEED–even if you think you don’t need it yet, or that you are too darn busy, or you just want to put it all behind you. What to Do about Mama? not only has a lot of useful information, but also a great deal of validation for the thoughts and feelings related to both sides of caregiving—providing and receiving.
After the Pandemic: Visions of Life Post COVID-19
After the Pandemic: Visions of Life Post COVID-19 has been released. Twenty-five Sunbury Press authors contributed twenty-seven chapters about the possible impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on society. Based on their experiences in a variety of fields, they provide their projections about the changes facing us, many of which have already been underway for some time. It is available to online and brick and mortar bookstores worldwide, including through the Sunbury Press store, Barnes and Noble (online), and also Amazon.
SunburyPressBooksShow–COVID-19 and the Family
Saturday, May 9, 2020 @ 9:00 AM on the BookSpeak Network
Panel Discussion with Lawrence Knorr, Publisher, moderating.
Sunbury Press Books Show–COVID-19 and the Family
Sunbury Press has released Barbara G. Matthews’ and Barbara Trainin Blank’s self-help book “What to Do about Mama?: A Guide to Caring for Aging Family Members.”
Everyone is a potential caregiver.
Fifty-four million Americans already serve as unpaid caregivers to family members, and that number is likely to grow as the population continues to age.
Two-thirds of these caregivers are women—many of them in the “sandwich generation,” simultaneously caring for both children and older family members.
This book offers guidance to present and future caregivers—based on the real-life experiences of the authors and other caregivers who have openly and honestly shared their joys and heartaches. It isn’t a book by “experts,” but by people in the trenches—to help you develop realistic goals and expectations and strategies to keep your sanity through the trials and tribulations of caregiving.
Your experiences may be similar to or different from…
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