In English and Spanish. As a nurse and a father, Rosso poignantly reflects on his grueling struggle and a search for life’s meaning after enduring seven harrowing years stoically supporting his “soul teacher,” 13-year-old daughter Julieta who died after being diagnosed with cancer at age 6. Following his loss, Rosso begins a courageous trek through an unchartered territory of chaos, despair, forgiveness, and unknowns; which leads him to confronting his pain and himself head-on, leading to deep surrendering, self-care, higher consciousness and loving kindness. An exemplar of Caring Science philosophy for health professionals and other care givers, this book also may be used as a guide to support other parents who, plunged into the pain of losing a child, must also be reborn.
The book offers important advice and new thinking on issues surrounding grief, death and dying, the death of a child, palliative care, cancer, Caring Science, Human Caring Theory, the 10 Caritas Processes ® Holistic Nursing; Spirituality, Conscious Dying, Healthcare Systems, Nursing and Palliative Care.
READERSHIP This story will touch anyone experiencing grief or death of a loved one, particularly a child. Nurses, Chief Nurse Officers and Healthcare Professionals using Caring Science Theory. Conscious Dying, Palliative Care, and Hospice workers can use it as a guide for families and others as inspiration. Holistic Health Practitioners wanting to incorporate holistic modalities. Families and wider community as a guide to navigate through the death of a child. Cancer patients