Wednesday, April 14, 2010
The Well-Read Commuter Reviews: Be the Noodle: Fifty Ways to Be a Compassionate, Courageous, Crazy-Good Caregive
The Well-Read Commuter Reviews:
Be the Noodle: Fifty Ways to Be a Compassionate, Courageous, Crazy-Good Caregiver
By: Lois Kelly
What this book is about:
This book is based on the author's journey of being a caregiver through her mother’s terminal illness. Be the Noodle, chronicles the crazy things that happen during the twists and turns of the caregiving journey.
Did you like it:
Lois Kelly has written a book that every caregiver should be given. From dealing with guests that stay too long, unhelpful family members and all that banana bread, she has you covered. From the serious to the silly, she bares all. Many caregivers are thrust into the role of a lifetime with no training and they just have to sink or swim. Unfortunately, most don't ask for help or know where to turn. Kelly has throws back the curtain with fifty bite-sized tidbits that will have you laughing one minute and becoming misty eyed the next.