For those of us who find ourselves at a loss as to how we can help friends faced with some kind of misfortune, here are practical suggestions -- what to say, what to do, what to write, what to give. Helps you be the kind of person you want to be (and really are)!
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In times of personal crisis, people need our help and support. Too often we feel awkward, unprepared to respond. Sometimes we're afraid of doing the wrong thing.
"If" gives practical suggestions that will turn good wishes into actual help. In an entertaining way the authors answer questions we all have: what to do, what to say, what to write, and what to give. Includes sample letters and recipes.About the Author:
Susan McClelland spent her life teaching English in Kansas City, Missouri. She taught at Sunset Hill, and later retired as head of the English Department at Barstow School after a 30-year career to spend her time writing poetry, lecturing, and teaching adult classes. She wrote this book from personal experiences and those of a lifelong circle of loving friends.
Susan McClelland Prescott, Susan McClelland's niece and namesake, is a pilot and writer. A Captain for Southwest Airlines, she lives in northern California and divides her time between flying, writing on the fly, and caring for three nearly grown children.
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Book Description Triad Pub Co, 1990. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0937404306