The dying have stories and are a story, and this warm and
insightful book brings us to the story and the person. So much
is missed because the stifling power of the medical establishment,
the rude interruptions found in denial, and the sorrow that separates
or distances us when we most need to be drawn closer.
From "Why it is so important to the listen to the dying,"
to hearing from the heart, to tending to the silent witnesses,
and much more, we have an essential book to add to the growing
library on palliative care.