Learning to die A book to help say goodbye
At last, a book that offers practical, honest and dignified support on the subject of dying.
Does dying after a long illness hurt? How do you take care of the dying in their last hours? What documents should everyone fill in for the sake of their relatives? In a humane, lively and relaxed style, Felix Hütten gives answers to countless questions on the topic of dying, which are much too rarely discussed. A book for anyone who is preparing to die – and the people around them.
In every relationship, family and circle of friends, someone approaches death at some
point. In most cases, dying is a long process that often leaves the person and their
relatives helpless. The young medical journalist, Felix Hütten, takes up this subject in
an accessible and factual manner: from medical details to advice on how to deal with
doctors, to the difficult question of turning off life-saving equipment and mourning.
Without artificial taboos, this beautifully illustrated book examines the subject of dying
that is part of everyone's life.
A young medical journalist writes on the subject of death realistically, openly and personally . An unparalleled guide: empathetic, unrestrained and offering relief Includes many concrete tips for the time at home, in the hospital or hospice.
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