Art of Living, Art of Dying

Carlo Leget

With out an applicable non secular care mannequin, it may be tough to debate existential questions on loss of life and dying with people who find themselves confronted with life-threatening or incurable ailments. This e book presents a easy framework for decoding existential questions with sufferers and serving to them to manage in end-of-life conditions, with illustrative examples from apply. Constructing on the medieval Ars moriendi custom, the creator introduces a recent artwork of dying mannequin. It exhibits how you can focus on existential questions in a post-Christian context, with out moralising loss of life or telling folks how they need to really feel. Written in a simple method, this can be a useful useful resource for chaplains and clergy, and people with no formal non secular coaching, together with counsellors, docs, nurses, allied healthcare employees and different professionals who come into contact with sufferers in hospitals and hospices.