A practical, sorely-need guide for the
terminally ill and their friends, workers and family. By a
psychotherapist who has devoted more than 20 years to working with and helping the dying.
(see below for Full Description)
Awards Winner of
the NABE Award for the Best Book of the Year in the Category of Health.
Shoshanna's words are wonderful."
"I have recently begun leading a health program for persons with
and concerned about AIDS. Your book has been extremely helpful.
A masterpiece! Thank you so much."
--Peter Hendrickson, Ph.D.
"...wisdom, tears, smiles, consoling hands and spiritual guidance.
The most important work I have read in the last years. And the
most beautiful one, too."
--Judge Ammon Carmi
(Editor-in-Chief of Medicine & Law)
"This is by far the most practical, profound, wise and tender book
on illness, loss and emotional healing that I have ever read. A
life-giving book. Congratulations!"
--Jana Klenburg, Ph.D.
Full Description Dr. Shoshanna has
devoted more than 20 years of her life to helping the dying and their
families. Her natural empathy comes through in the book, and makes it a
classic for the
huge, perennial market in this area (hospitals, hospices, the elderly,
patients, families, the grieving).
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books all offer psychological and spiritual guidance, combining
spiritual wisdom with psychological insight and practical advice. She
has received widespread critical-acclaim for all of her books, with
excellent reviews from publications such as Tricycle, Publishers Weekly,
Body & Soul and others, and she has won the NABE Award for the Best
Book of the Year in the Category of Health. Her books have been
translated into 18 languages, and she appears frequently on national
television, in national print, and in major venues online (she is the
Relationship Expert on iVillage.com). She has spoken and taught at many
universities and has offered over 500 talks and workshops nationally on
all aspects of psychology, spirituality and fulfilling one's potential.
She also hosted her own radio show on the Gary Null network, which
offered her a weekly platform to address a wide range of issues dealing
with spirituality and self-help.