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Discover Madelyn Balitz

Author of All is Well

Understanding the End of Life, Caregiving, and Hospice Care

A Caregiver Requires Respite

Yes, you may indeed feel guilty, uneasy, or selfish for admitting that you need a break from caregiving or watching over your loved one in h

Solitude vs. Loneliness

ving alone as a widow, I have certainly felt lonely at times to the point of despair. But my grieving journey has been rich with experiences

Why is Caregiving So Hard?

Caring for another is fulfilling for you. But caregiving can bring a whole host of unwanted emotions to your life

Read between the lines

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How to Bring Joy to the Grieving

The holidays make the loss especially poignant as we remember traditions shared and memories we experienced. Even unpacking the ornaments ca

Testimonials

What They’re Saying

 “Through stories and advice from a caregiver’s perspective, Balitz sets out a way to remove the fear and angst from what we will all face one day. In her realistic but large-hearted way, she compels readers to admit that death is a part of life, but that there is something that always lives on, and that is love. It is a powerful reminder that what is important in life, and in our legacy, is to love and be loved.”

Rev. Carol Fields, Hospice Chaplain

“Practical, yet so calming and compassionate…about a topic we once thought was only depressing and difficult, All is Well opened our eyes and the conversation in our family. With our mom nearing her life’s end, we had many questions, and found answers as well as the ability to find peace and acceptance.”

Rick and Liz Vaughan

Balitz is the only person who could have written this book…because of her vast experience and direct knowledge, she knew just what to include, explain, and illustrate with examples so I finally understand this subject. I think now I can even talk about it with my family.”

T.L. Clark