11/07/14-I love my psychologist friends and have great respect for what they do, but too many overestimate the malleability of the mind. Until you DO something, everything is theory.

When I counsel caregivers, people whose condition is terminal, or those living with chronic illness, we focus on actually DOING something that will positively affect their lives. Some things are difficult, such as asking for forgiveness, others such as engaging in a positive activity every day are easy. You might like to read my article “Want Enlightenment? Think Less and Do More”

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I am an author of eight books in four languages. LESSONS FOR THE LIVING: STORIES OF FORGIVENESS, GRATITUDE AND COURAGE AT THE END OF LIFE is my memoir of being a bedside hospice volunteer for six years while battling prostate cancer. My next book, LEANING INTO SHARP POINTS: PRACTICAL GUIDANCE AND NURTURING SUPPORT FOR CAREGIVERS will be published in March, 2012 by New World Library and focus on caregiving for loved ones who have a progressive or terminal illness.