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The Caregiver's Guide to Cancer: Compassionate Advice for Caring for You and Your Loved One
by Victoria Landes
This book empowers you to be an attentive, thoughtful, and compassionate caregiver for your friend or family member with cancer. You'll also find practical everyday advice for meeting your own physical and emotional needs while dealing with the unique challenges you face. More ...
Cancer Caregiving A-to-Z: An At-Home Guide for Patients and Families
by The American Cancer Society
This book covers more than four dozen critical cancer caregiving topics, from anxiety to weight changes, and is filled with vital checklists, as well as time-saving perhaps life-saving What-to-do-ifs, which are readily accessible. More ...
The Caregiving Wife's Handbook: Caring for Your Seriously Ill Husband, Caring for Yourself
by Diana B. Denholm
Women are suffering physical, emotional and financial burnout as the United States' leading caregivers. While resources abound for caregivers in general, little help exists for women caring for seriously ill husbands. More ...
The Joyful Caregiver: 8 Steps to Prevent Caregiver Burnout
by Josephine Grace
For those who are serious about dedicating a portion of their life to the service of a family member who is facing chronic illness, The Joyful Caregiver is for them. More ...
Cocoon of Love for Cancer Caregivers: Get Through the Tough Times
by Susan Brownell
Using a love-centered approach, this transformative guide equips cancer caregivers with practical tips, techniques, and a positive mindset. More ...

A Caregiver's Journey

Daughter: Embracing the Difficult Journey of Caring for a Dying Parent Without Falling Apart
by Laura Dill
The author lost both her parents to brain cancer. In this book, Laura shares her collection of caregiving stories, teaching the simple steps you can take to care for a dying loved one.  More ...
Things I Wish I'd Known: Cancer Caregivers Speak Out - Third Edition
by Deborah J. Cornwall
Nearly three quarters of American households will find themselves caring for a cancer patient at one point in their lives. This book is the first to capture their thoughts, feelings, and insights on a large scale. More ...
Cancer Journey: A Caregiver's View from the Passenger Seat
by Cynthia Siegfried
Nearly three quarters of American households will find themselves caring for a cancer patient at one point in their lives. This book is the first to capture their thoughts, feelings, and insights on a large scale. More ...
Co-Surviving Cancer: The Guide for Caregivers, Family Members and Friends of Adults Living with Cancer
by Katie Brown
The guide for new caregivers, family members and friends of adults living with cancerIf you are someone who feels deeply that you are surviving the traumatic experience of a new cancer diagnosis alongside someone you care about, this book is for you. More ...
Chicken Soup for the Soul: Family Caregivers: 101 Stories of Love, Sacrifice, and Bonding
by Joan Lunden, Amy Newmark
This collection of 101 stories of love and sacrifice provides emotional and practical resources to sustain the family caregiver. More ...
Caregiving: A Shared Journey
by Dianne Thompson
This is a personal memoir of a woman faced with the impending fatal illness of her husband. Dianne Thompson and her late husband Allen were blessed with a long marriage, but faced an incredible trial when he was diagnosed with aggressive, stage-4 cancer. More ...


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