Last Rights: Taking Care with Your Final Journey
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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