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Stories: The Family Legacy

af Richard Stone

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STORIES: THE FAMILY LEGACY leads individuals & families on an intimate journey of personal discovery. Through concise exercises & techniques for sharing, it opens readers to profound insights & the deep fulfillment that comes from recalling & telling one's life stories. Topics include how to use the five senses to stimulate forgotten memories & how to review life's turning points to gain understanding of the past. There are also creative tips on how to recapture forgotten memories along with a section entitled, "The Spoken Autobiography", which helps elders identify important family themes & experiences in their lives. In addition, STORIES: THE FAMILY LEGACY is an ideal tool for caregivers to help dying patients explore the meaning of their lives & create a personal legacy through storytelling. It is currently used by social workers, chaplains, & volunteers in hospices throughout the country to facilitate the life review process. "STORIES: THE FAMILY LEGACY gives a wholeness to the past, lends itself to the therapeutic assumption of the healing effects of wholeness & shows the potential for each person within the family to be a bearer of wisdom." Connie Sweeney, Ph.D., President, Mid America Institute of Logotherapy. Order through Baker & Taylor Books, 908-218-0400… (mere)

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STORIES: THE FAMILY LEGACY leads individuals & families on an intimate journey of personal discovery. Through concise exercises & techniques for sharing, it opens readers to profound insights & the deep fulfillment that comes from recalling & telling one's life stories. Topics include how to use the five senses to stimulate forgotten memories & how to review life's turning points to gain understanding of the past. There are also creative tips on how to recapture forgotten memories along with a section entitled, "The Spoken Autobiography", which helps elders identify important family themes & experiences in their lives. In addition, STORIES: THE FAMILY LEGACY is an ideal tool for caregivers to help dying patients explore the meaning of their lives & create a personal legacy through storytelling. It is currently used by social workers, chaplains, & volunteers in hospices throughout the country to facilitate the life review process. "STORIES: THE FAMILY LEGACY gives a wholeness to the past, lends itself to the therapeutic assumption of the healing effects of wholeness & shows the potential for each person within the family to be a bearer of wisdom." Connie Sweeney, Ph.D., President, Mid America Institute of Logotherapy. Order through Baker & Taylor Books, 908-218-0400

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