Medical Care of the Soul: A Practical & Healing Guide to End-of-life Issues for Families, Patients & and Health Care Providers
By accepting the inevitability of death--our own, or that of a loved one or patient--we take control of however many days or years remain, and we become empowered to fill this time with dignity and love.
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