Why is it that we find it so difficult to talk to each other, our older relatives, our grown up children, young people, children and our grandchildren about what worries we all have about dying? Or about others dying and what may happen to those left behind?
Having conversations with people you love about dying and death is difficult as it brings up many uncomfortable emotions, so we tend to shy away from it.
This book is designed to start conversations to help everyone to feel empowered and positive to talk about death, to be confident to question each other and thereby being sure that all our loved ones worries about dying and death are acknowledged.
This will support us all to have the knowledge and ability to challenge systems and organisations to ensure that everyone has the best death possible.