Gifts: Two Hospice Professionals Reveal Messages from Those Passing on

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New Horizon Press, Nov 1, 1996 - Family & Relationships - 287 pages
Having witnessed too many miracles to believe in coincidences, Sharp and Terbay present not only their inspirational experiences, but those of social workers, counselors, chaplains, volunteers and other hospice staff. These are stories of relatives who couldn't have known that death was imminent, arriving to say good-bye to their loved ones; mysterious specters and light, seen and unseen, touching visitors. These are stories of personal growth, healing, transformation and love.

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Unlike other health services that emphasize treatments and "cures," hospice focuses on helping the terminally ill live life as fully as possible and to die with dignity. While some may think caring ... Read full review


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Sharp, a retired registered nurse, has a degree in history. She has written numerous magazine articles for both the adult and juvenile markets.

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