Lessons for the Living-2: Sitting. Few people understand the importance of sitting down next to a person who is dying rather than standing at the bedside.

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  1. gretchen Phillips

    So glad a friend enlightened me to several of your articles. Soon I am doing a few workshops on caregiving and transitions in life. Your words (which I will not use verbatum (sp) with credit to you, will help get an important message across to learn how to adjust to life’s changes and prepare for turns in the road. I am a Palliative Care social worker, observing and hopefully helping people with tough transitions to end of life. Thanks for your graceful and powerful words on change. gretchen

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I am an author of eight books in four languages. LESSONS FOR THE LIVING: STORIES OF FORGIVENESS, GRATITUDE AND COURAGE AT THE END OF LIFE is my memoir of being a bedside hospice volunteer for six years while battling prostate cancer. My next book, LEANING INTO SHARP POINTS: PRACTICAL GUIDANCE AND NURTURING SUPPORT FOR CAREGIVERS will be published in March, 2012 by New World Library and focus on caregiving for loved ones who have a progressive or terminal illness.