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“On Death and Dying: What the Dying Have to Teach Doctors, Nurses, Clergy and Their Own Families” is an interesting and informative book on the process of how people deal with death and grief whether they are the person dying or perhaps a family member. Very insightful. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross is the author of this impressive book. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, M.D. book on Death and Dying is a must for all those interested in human behavior. A book by one of the most eminent writers on the psychology of death and dying, this volume goes through what the dying have to say to doctors, nurses, clergy and their own families. Other than the introductory chapters on the stages of denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance, this volume is devoted to the interviews given by severely ill and dying patients to a class of medical and pastoral care professionals and those studying to fill these roles. This is an excellent sourcebook for anyone who cares for the sick, or who is struggling with the loss of friends or family members. This book to anyone with elderly or ailing friends or family members, or to anyone who works in healthcare. It’s written with respect and integrity, giving hope to the living and honoring the dying by helping assure them of a peaceful, dignified passing. It has become a cliche to say we live in a society that denies death. From her experiences with dying patients, Elisabeth Kubler-Ross sheds insight into how we face, or not face, death. She details the famous Five Stages –denial and isolation, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance through case studies of patients.
The Kubler-Ross Model, for better or worse, has become the model from which academics and laypeople understand the process of dying. But more than the model, the book forces us to gaze death in the eyes and confront our fears. Only then can we integrate death into life and realize that death is part of our lives and indeed a vital part. If we deny it or even just neglect it, our lives become incomplete. We don’t have to obsess over death just as we don’t just focus on our health to the neglect of other parts of lives. When death becomes an integral part of our beings, our lives become more dynamic. Great insight into the psychology toward our ultimate end. On Death and Dying is not only for those facing death and their close ones, but for everyone, to prepare our journey to the end, and thus to gain strength in living our lives and in caring for those around us. Usually, we recommend this book to anyone that wishes to know more about the psychology of death and dying, and if you have a terminally ill loved one or have recently lost someone special.
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- Name: On Death and Dying: What the Dying Have to Teach Doctors, Nurses, Clergy and Their Own Families
- Author: Elisabeth Kubler-Ross
- Language: English
- Genre: Grief & Bereavement, Sociology of Death, Love & Loss,
- Format: PDF/ePub
- Page: 304
- Price: Free
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