Last Rights: Taking Care with Your Final Journey

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Capital Books, 2000 - Psychology - 233 pages
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Death is a reality we all fear, embrace and grieve. Last Rights invites readers in a gentle, non-threatening way, to plan for the inevitable, for yourself and your loved ones. It provides practical informational on end-of-life issues like estate and funeral planning, writing an obituary and eulogy, and advance medical directions. Also included are inspiring stories of how others face death with dignity.

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Contents

Introduction
1
Living Your Eulogy
7
Your Obituary
13
Copyright

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About the author (2000)

Pat Cochrane has worked in the field of lifelong learning since the 1970s. As Chief Executive of CAPE UK, she works with networks of schools, teachers, school leaders, and creative practitioners to generate creative approaches to teaching and learning.

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