On Death and Dying

On Death and Dying

by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, Elisabeth Kbler-Ross
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On Death and Dying 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book shares how people can listen to the voice of dying people and hear their soul speak to us. It shares practical ways you can provide love and support to those who need it most. I highly recommend this book to anyone facing grief and loss.
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SF_Ret More than 1 year ago
My first college course was "Sociology of Death". The author really opens up some eyes in this and other writings. You really learn the depth and width of this inevitable event in everybodies lives. I recommend it for doing papers in your social science classes. It may open up your instructors eyes. It's a must read for those who are dealing with a dying person (or persons). The author is one of the foremost authorities.
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Kubler-Ross had a huge impact on the care of the dying, by elevating palliative care to a state of grace where life in encouraged to be lived up to the end -- rather than a misery-soaked sentence of defeat. Of course, there is a grim luxury in knowing that you or your loved one is going to die, because there is the opportunity for reflection and meditation, for making the final send off a journey to knowledge. What about when someone dies violently and suddenly? The stages of grief remains pretty much the same leading to acceptance, if not ever the peace of forgetting. Grief as a sustained and baffling song has been recently articulated with stunning brilliance and from a surprising quarter in the ground-breaking IN THE GHOST COUNTRY, what seems to be an adventure story is actually a journey to the heart of loss and the meaning of life.