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Love Your Life to Death will make you laugh, and it will make you cry. But most importantly, it may give you a new perspective on life and death. Through heartfelt stories of those who have been deeply impacted by loss and found happiness again and interviews of professionals who deal with grief, death, and dying, you will gain from their insightful experiences.

You will be empowered by:

  • Exploring why we have become a "death phobic" society 
  • Understanding medical futility and quality versus quality of life 
  • Discovering how living fully can help you die peacefully
  • Looking at grief and filling your self-care tool box
  • Learning how to start "the talk" about end-of-life wishes and planning 
  • And so much more...
©2015 Yvonne Heath (P)2020 Sanctuary Studios Inc

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  • 2021-01-17

Feeling empowered to speak of death and dying.


After living through this past year I have become so much more aware of the need to really look at who and what I am and what my "post" is.
Overwhelming to even know where to begin!
This book is a great start on my journey. I am really impressed with your style and blown away by your ability to articulate all you have learned, experienced and processed.
Many of your experiences strike many familiar cords.
I not only feel motivated to begin normalizing dialogue on death and dying but also feel empowered. Being a Nurse is a calling, sharing your experiences and knowledge is a passion. Thank you for sharing your life journey and passion.

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