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Touch Points -- How to Talk With a Dying Friend



SKU# 9780828022026

By Larry Yeagley

ISBN: 9780828022026 | 8 pages | Review and Herald Publishing | Copyright 2006

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When your friend is dying, it can be quite difficult to know if you are being helpful. Not many situations are as uncomfortable. How do you introduce the subject of spirituality? What can you do to show that you care without offending them? This tract answers all of that as well as explains that not all of it is talk. You show support in just being there and available to listen. The reader will gain an understanding of what the dying person is going through and just how to approach them in the way that will show love, concern, and support.

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When your friend is dying, it can be quite difficult to know if you are being helpful. Not many situations are as uncomfortable. How do you introduce the subject of spirituality? What can you do to show that you care without offending them? This tract answers all of that as well as explains that not all of it is talk. You show support in just being there and available to listen. The reader will gain an understanding of what the dying person is going through and just how to approach them in the way that will show love, concern, and support.

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Item Format Tracts
Item Format SPN No
Pages 8
Author Larry Yeagley
Publisher Review and Herald Publishing
Language ENG
Book Group TRA
Title Alpha Touchpoints Hospital Tracts Death
Title Catalog Touch Points -- How to Talk With a Dying Friend
Catalog Name share
Author Code 1441
Endorsements No
Year Published 12/20/2006
Packet No
Packet size No
AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY:

Larry Yeagley


Larry Yeagley, now retired, is a former pastor and a hospital chaplain. For 20 years he served as a hospice chaplain volunteer. His hospice and grief recovery programs have been widely used for 25 years. Previously published books include Life After Loss, Heartache and Healing, Touched by Fire, and Beyond Loneliness.