Dying is Weird – A Journey of Enlightenment
Kathleen Westberg

All of us experience a variety of deaths-of pets, family, friends, and ultimately of ourselves. Fortunately at age 4 I knew that death inevitable and not to be feared. In one 18 month period in the late 80’s 22 of my family, friends and family members of close friends died. It was heavy, but, of course, the death of my beloved wife of 52 years was by far the greatest shock. If you have any unfinished business with death, I strongly recommend you read DYING IS WEIRD.

C. Norman Shealy, M.D.,Ph.D.

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