Your Go-to Guide for Helping Loved Ones through Life’s Difficulties
When tragedy strikes someone you love, you will have to decide what kind of friend you will be: one who is there every step of the way or one who looks the other way. The tips and suggestions offered in this book are some of the most helpful you’ll find anywhere. That’s because the answers come from people who have actually gone through very difficult experiences. They have suffered the loss of children, spouses, parents, and siblings. They have been diagnosed with chronic and terminal illnesses. They have lost jobs, gotten divorced, or survived sudden changes in their lives due to accidents, crime, or natural disasters.
If you really feel a calling to help someone in need but are at a loss for what to do, or you’re afraid that what you do or say might somehow be wrong—causing them to feel worse than what they’re already feeling—this book was written for you!
“After reading How Can I Help?, I knew exactly what to say to someone who unexpectedly lost her best friend after a seventy-year relationship. Thank you, Sherrie, for showing us how to support others in the simplest, kindest way possible. Your words are timely and important.”
—Jennifer Read Hawthorne, coauthor, #1 New York Times best sellers Chicken Soup for the Woman’s Soul and Chicken Soup for the Mother’s Soul
Sherrie Dunlevy’s guide for helping others is remarkable for its clarity, good advice, and common sense. This book will change the way I deal with such situations in the future."
—William Neal, M.D., Professor Emeritus, Pediatrics, West Virginia University, and Past National Chair, Children’s Miracle Network
“After decades of interviewing hundreds of authors, I know the two ingredients that make the best ‘help’ books: personal passion and simplicity. Sherrie Dunlevy brings both to How I Can Help?
—Howard Monroe, Watchdog Radio Network
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