“Caregiving an elderly parent, especially against the backdrop of a difficult shared past, can be a bruising spiritual ordeal. We who must travel this territory don’t need any more sentimental narratives about it. What we do need is the healing medicine of truth-telling, and Laura Davis brilliantly and generously gives it to us. I literally could not put this book down.”
—Katy Butler, bestselling author of The Art of Dying Well
Laura will share poignant insights and invaluable learnings gleaned from her personal experience caring for her ailing mother, with whom she’d always had a challenging relationship. Drawing from the powerful narrative of her book, she will explore the complexities of love, resilience, and self-discovery in the face of adversity.
Join us for a talk that promises to be both heartwarming and thought-provoking, as Laura inspires and empowers with touching anecdotes and wisdom gained through navigating the challenges of caregiving a difficult parent. The talk will touch on caregiving someone with Alzheimer’s and end of life care. This is a great opportunity to connect with a compassionate storyteller and gain a deeper understanding of the universal themes woven into the fabric of human relationships.
There will be time for questions for those who register for the event.
A private zoom link will be provided upon registration and we kindly ask that you do not share it as this is a fundraising event for Living/Dying Project. The event will be recorded and a replay link will be sent to all registrants within 48 hours of the event which you can download. The link will be available to view up until March 27th.
Proceeds go to sustain the ongoing work of the Living/Dying Project.
Thank you for your support!