What can I say?

A Guide To Visiting Friends And Family Who Are Ill. New Third Edition, fully redesigned and re-written.


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I can’t imagine sending volunteers on to patient floors without having the opportunityto read this book.

Pat Doherty, Director of Volunteer Services, Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital

A practical guide filled with the wisdom of experience, which does more than inform, it truly educates.

Bernie Siegel, MD author, Love, Medicine & Miracles and Help Me To Heal

A great resource for family and health care providers! Easy to read and uplifting at the same time.

Allison Mayer-Oakes, M.D., Geriatrics and Internal Medicine

A wonderful guide to tapping the human potential for understanding and expressing compassion.

David Chernof, MD, Associate Clinical Professor of MedicineThe David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA

What Can I Say? presents the best of healthy psychological approaches to illness – in aconcise, clearly written, and practical way.

Anthony A. Allina, M.D., Family Practice and Internal Medicine