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Ware breaks the last taboo by talking so much about death, recounting her personal experiences of providing palliative care and witnessing many people's final I bought this book Kindle Version having read brief but rave reviews about it on Facebook and it wasn't quite what I'd expected the perils of downloading on Kindle rather than flicking through a printed book in a shop!
Ware breaks the last taboo by talking so much about death, recounting her personal experiences of providing palliative care and witnessing many people's final moments. Doing this work she is battling with her own past demons and moving towards a future in which she can embrace her own life with more enthusiasm never mind death!
It is a deeply honest and frank account that must have been hard to write - and it's good to see that eventually she is able to come to terms with her own life after being on the verge of suicide. Visit her Facebook page now and you'll see that she's effectively now on maternity leave from it, and very happy to have just had her first child.
Things don't get much more life-affiriming than that! And as for those top five regrets - the reasons the I bought the book in the first place - they are eloquently, convincingly and touchingly argued. But I'm not going to list them here - download the book yourself if you want to know what they are!
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Honestly I had to force myself to finish this book. I'm afraid that it's long and poorly written, all tell and no show, and very repetitive. The author has clearly led a very a troubled life, from drug problems in her youth to depression and several suicide attempts or at least plans.
I'm happy for her that she seems finally to have found her own form of peace and happiness, and in a way I think the book is a kind of therapy for her. She has also had rare insight into the regrets of the d Hmm.
She has also had rare insight into the regrets of the dying, having worked in palliative care with many "dear" men and women. Read them, think about what they mean, and try to live your life to avoid such regrets.