Let’s talk about it

June 21, 2018 Death Awareness

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Finding Peace with Death and Dying in Everyday Life
by Lea Rose

 

Let’s Talk About It! by Lea Rose, Clinical Counsellor is a ground breaking book with the power to change our lives. If we’re not prepared for death, either our own or as the carer of someone who is dying, we may experience tremendous suffering, fear and regret.

Lea Rose demonstrates that even though we may be facing the hardest challenge of our lives, we can still develop peace of mind that we never thought possible. Through Lea’s unique and innovative approach, we can learn how to have an open, even liberating, attitude to death and dying.

Written from Lea Rose’s twenty years experience, this essential book on death and dying can transform the way we die. Lea’s unique and innovative approach educates us on: Finding the courage to face our death; empowerment for making conscious choices, understanding the physical stages of dying, creating a care team of family and friends to support real connection; and the true value of communication through open discussions in our own family. The book also teaches us that we can make a real difference to our lives and those around us. Just as we want quality of life we must also insist on quality of death.

As well as recounting her own inspirational journey, Lea uses moving true stories to personalise the experience of death and break down barriers and negative feelings.

 

Disclaimer: Use of the information and data is to bring awareness of death and dying. Spirare does not own the information or profit from its use. Source& image: Lea Rose

Words of Inspiration

"Educating people on death and dying, and reducing their fear of death is a giving of fearlessness."
Venerable Wuling

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