Dying Unafraid
Fran Moreland Johns


Dying Unafraid tells inspired stories--not just of those nearing the end of their anticipated lifespans but also of children and adults in what they had expected to be midlife--of individuals who faced death without fear, offering hope and encouragement to those about them. It is written for the lay reader without pop psychology or religious intonations, by a veteran storyteller/reporter who herself has long experience working with the terminally ill. Tough questions of the day such as the issues of self-deliverance and physician-hastened death, as well as what rights individuals have in retaining control over their own lives when those lives are ending are addressed through the stories of individuals who have confronted those issues.

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