Having family willing, understanding and able to take care of dying person is one of the best blessings one could hope for.
My husband will read it next and I'm sure it will help him too to know that it is okay to ask for things that he thinks either of us need.
Dying well by Dr Byock is an excellent book for any caregiver or any one in the medical field that works with the terminally ill.
Wow! This book contains a wealth of information. My father died 2 months ago. I'm so glad I read it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by cst
This gave me a good view of hospice which we later on had to use. Well written and informative.Published 1 month ago by C. L. Riendeau
Horrible book. The Kindle sample (which led me to purchase the print edition ) did NOT lead me to believe the book would discuss euthanasia.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Helpful book to ensure that your final wishes will be implemented. Another great read for families as they put their advanced medical directives down on paper.Published 1 month ago by MAK
I like the different stories and perspectives. I also real FINAL GIFT mentioned in Dr. Byock's book. Read morePublished 1 month ago by M. Husband
Awesome book. Very helpful when facing end of life with a loved one.Published 2 months ago by Karen Artrip
It was an eye-opener regarding how we should prepare ourselves in order to die peacefully.Published 2 months ago by Edward Matuvhunye