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My Little People: A Social Worker's Journey by Annie Brown

5 Stars It gives the feel of being a helpful book, but it's also emotional and spiritual.

The book takes the reader on a journey through the Hospice system, and where it provides a lot of helpful tips and information for those that have to go through the process and the caregivers or family and friends, it's almost spiritual. It gives the feel of being a helpful book, but it's also emotional and spiritual. It's not just about the dos and don'ts of what to do. "Always stay true to yourself" and "always be willing to listen" are not just helpful suggestions, but truthful and kind. The journey of the social worker relies on not being judgmental, being compassionate and clear headed. It is always important to know where you are leading others, and how to lead them with dignity. Highly recommended, especially to those who may be facing the same future. There are lessons in life that we can learn when facing death, or the death of a loved one.

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