I want her to feel loved, but I'm not sure what to say or do. I just feel awkward around her."
"I'm tired of everyone tiptoeing around me because I'm dying!
I'm too young to die, but I can't change the fact that I have a terminal illness.
I just want to be loved and enjoy life while I still have time!"
Death. Whether you are the one who is dying or you are the one saying goodbye, we dread the one event in life that is eventually inevitable. How does one cope with the unavoidable? How does one experience peace at the end of life? How does one love when time is short?
Love Me Till I Die is written from the perspective of someone who is dying. Penned by Daniel Schramm, a hospice chaplain with years of experience working with those who are dying and their families, this short work provides valuable advice for family members, friends, caregivers, and healthcare workers as to the desires of someone who is dying. Our greatest longing is to love and be loved, especially at the end of life. This book gives voice to this yearning.
|Publisher:||TEACH Services, Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.04(d)|
About the Author
Daniel Schramm has a doctorate in pastoral care and counseling. During his career, he has served as a pastor, professor, and hospital chaplain. He is currently working as a hospice chaplain, comforting families and helping those who are dying find peace. The amazing individuals he has known in their final days inspire him in his work. In addition to his passion for caring for people, Daniel enjoys traveling, and he has visited thirty countries and worked in England and Mexico.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
What a powerful little book! Written from the perspective of someone who is dying or facing death, it really opens your eyes and mind and heart to what the person is going through and also what can be done to help make the situation smoother for all those involved. It covers all the emotions and actions and feelings that roller coaster together, and puts you in the shoes of someone who is facing death. It really moved me. I wish every hospital, nursing home, and care facility could have enough copies to hand out to every person needing these comforting and powerful words.