Haven of Kindness Kim an RN who has dedicated most of her life in the caring of others has now come to realize that she should start thinking of retiring and leaving that part of her life behind her Kim now wants to

  • Title: Haven of Kindness
  • Author: Jacqueline Coote
  • ISBN: 9781502715579
  • Page: 390
  • Format: Paperback
  • Kim, an RN, who has dedicated most of her life in the caring of others, has now come to realize that she should start thinking of retiring and leaving that part of her life behind her Kim now wants to fulfill her dream while she still can in order to enjoy the rest of her life While doing so, she finds herself once again involved in the caring of two people, Beatrice, anKim, an RN, who has dedicated most of her life in the caring of others, has now come to realize that she should start thinking of retiring and leaving that part of her life behind her Kim now wants to fulfill her dream while she still can in order to enjoy the rest of her life While doing so, she finds herself once again involved in the caring of two people, Beatrice, an elderly yet feisty woman, whose life consisted of many personal tragedies and Bill, a strong and proud minded man, whose past haunts him and who is now stricken with a debilitating disease Beatrice and Bill haven t spoken to each other in years and while Kim can help them physically, emotionally they will have to heal themselves A sweet and tender story of dedication, love and forgiving that will warm your heart.

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    1. There are two professions which for the most part seem to be dominated by women. The first is teaching and the second is nursing, both of which require some sort of commitment and compassion which women tend to show more readily then men.From my own experience, I had a first-grade teacher, who I found out later in life, never married or had children, and had been there practically since the day the school first opened. Twelve years later, when I became a senior in high school, there was a teache [...]

    2. This book was very heart felt and i feel like the author put a lot of effort into it. I sat down and read the entire thing from start to finish in like 4 hours so that was nice. I really feel like the lady who wrote it wanted it to tell her story and i can appreciate that. I felt like it had a nice feminist message and was very empowering. Its just not perfect. The writing is just lacking this flowy thing that you get from really experienced writers. Not that her work is ameutureish because if i [...]

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