"It’s not a matter of IF we'll get the call that our parents need our help, it’s just a matter of WHEN. Having these tools ahead of time is so crucial. Karen’s sense of humor, mingled with her personal experience, provides an empathetic reality to what we'll all eventually go through.
"Susan Avello, Vice President/Partner – Aging Info USA
Whether it’s a planned hospital stay or an emergent one, trips to the hospital are never fun. Sometimes you’re only in for a day. Sometimes it’s a week or more. Either way, it’s important to know what to expect before you end up in a hospital bed. This book provides you with some guidance and advice salted with a little humor to help you through a hospital visit.
What does job burnout feel like? Join a nurse as she works through her day; get inside her head as she attempts to balance her needs with her patient’s needs. Will she make it to the end of her shift? Will her patient?
The war between Machines and Man is over, and Mankind has lost. Now the last free human has been captured to await Processing and learn of Humanity's fate.
He'll find that the most frightening words imaginable are, "This is for your own good."
Have a stroke, it’s easy when you know how. Sit in a bed on a hospital ward and decide whether you should be angry or downhearted or feel blessed. Sit there for hours on end with only a wall and other almost completely stroke-disabled patients to look at. s it a good thing? Is it a bad thing? How is your perspective controlled?