By Wendy Mulder
‘Dying Happy’ - A paradoxical title it seems, however this raw and real account of a carer’s experience with the palliative care of her dying Mother offers a very different view on what it means to be a carer, what it means to die and what it means to live.
What if you could have more ease with death and dying?
In a world where death and dying are considered to be ‘the worst possible outcome’, Wendy Mulder tells of her experience in this easy to read, insightful and thought provoking account of a carer’s diary. She shares her insights and awareness around death, dying, relationships and self. She also introduces the tools and philosophies of Access Consciousness® which she says, enabled her to gain way more ease and have far less judgment of herself, of others and of death itself as she navigated her way through the palliative care process.
“Whether you are the carer, or you are close to someone who is dying, this journal offers insights into what else is possible if you take the path less travelled. Your journey will be different.” - Wendy Mulder.
About The Author:
Wendy Mulder is a Grief Therapist, Access Consciousness® Certified Facilitator, Registered Nurse and author of Learning From Grief. She offers a range of services including private consultations and classes to assist people in moving forward with ease through grief.
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