You Can'T Leave Till You Do The Paperwork

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This is the most rational and humane time in history to live and die, but only if you do the paperwork. Every day a thousand of the World War II generation die, and 12,000 of their children turn 50. Many of the baby-boom generation have not dealt with serious illness, and some of them are "death innocent." This self-help book places facts at the fingertips of readers at their time of greatest need.

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Overview

This is the most rational and humane time in history to live and die, but only if you do the paperwork. Every day a thousand of the World War II generation die, and 12,000 of their children turn 50. Many of the baby-boom generation have not dealt with serious illness, and some of them are "death innocent." This self-help book places facts at the fingertips of readers at their time of greatest need.

Marcia Camp has 20 years experience in interviewing, researching, and writing for regional and national publications. Clarissa Willis, Ph.D. is published internationally in early childhood. She lectures nationwide on issues concerning children and families. What Others Are Saying About This Book
This is an excellent book that gives the reader a reliable, yet sensitive, resource to help understand many of the issues and emotions that people must face when a loved one dies. Simple, objective resources on such emotional topics are hard to find and certainly would be useful both to the general public and to public libraries. —Bobby Roberts, Ph.D. Library Journal's 1997 Librarian of the Year
All of us are terminal— or mortal. All of us need to work through end-of-life issues. Ms. Camp's book is a great resource to help us on this journey. This book is a great help for pastors and caregivers. —The Reverend Doctor Karen K. Akin Presbyterian Minister
Marcia Camp has provided us with a much needed, extremely important and comprehensive resource guide. It is extraordinarily well researched, easy to read and reference, and written with the sharp insight and compassion we have come to expect from the author. As none of us will escape the need for thisinformation, it is a "must have" book. —Dr. Patricia Ingram Millikin Family Therapist and Mental Health Columnist
Death is a subject few willingly care to address, but this well-written book provides helpful information, not only for the pre-planning for arrangement but in providing advice on related subjects. —Charlotte Tillar Schexnayder Publisher and Legislator, Retired
This book has been thoughtfully and carefully researched. The material will be useful to the population at large because it answers questions that are important to all of us, and these answers are not easy to find. —Harold Luneau University Senior Research Associate, Retired
A wonderfully informative book. The chapter about organ donation is certainly well documented. —Michael Manley Executive Director of ARORA, an organ recovery agency
This book is a gold mine of information. It should be in every Family Practitioner's office library. —Gary Harper, M.D. Private Practice Family Medicine
affords a sense of well being," and twenty years of interviewing and researching have enabled Marcia Camp to address her subject with compassion and savvy while using a light touch. Twice winner of the coveted Sybil Nash Abrams Poetry Award, her features, profiles, short stories, and poetry have appeared in newspapers, magazines and literary anthologies across the country.


combines her unique talents as a communicator, educator, administrator, and motivational speaker to provide insight into how children survive loss. Author of three books, she is published internationally in early childhood and lectures nationwide on issues concerning children and families.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780738813561
  • Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
  • Publication date: 12/1/1999
  • Pages: 208
  • Product dimensions: 0.63 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 5.50 (d)

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