Helping Handbook cover
PURCHASE A Helping Handbook on Amazon

Praise for A Helping Handbook
Ms. Waxman's father's writing brought tears to my eyes. In the process of memorializing her father, she has helped a lot of people learn to begin to live with their losses.
Bill Lamers, M.D., Medical consultant to the Hospice Foundation of America

Not only do patients in crisis move into ICU, their families do too. This powerful tool guides them in their journey, it touches the emotional roller coaster and gently softens the way with poetry and reflection.
Katherine Brown-Saltzman, Clinical Nurse Specialist, UCLA Medical Center

A Helping Handbook
is a unique and very valuable resource. I have shared it with my hospital and also with hospice and all who have used it have found it to be a wonderful resource.
Betty Ferrell PhD, FAAN, Research Scientist, City of Hope Medical Center

A Helping Handbook is a beautiful expression from the hearts--Stephanie's dad's verse and her own loving, brief discursives on the feelings around terminal illness and death. I feel the book can be very helpful to people who scan the examples lists and then jot down their own thoughts and feelings.
Bill Rose, Director, Texas Partnership For End Of Life Care

This valuable tool helps sort out feelings too difficult to share with others. Writing them down brings understanding and healing.
Les Zendle, M.D., Assoc. Medical Director, Kaiser Permanente Medical Group

Read more about A Helping Handbook >
Copyright© 2011 Stephanie Waxman — all rights reserved.
Stephanie WaxmanBio