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With the End in Mind Download With The End In Mind Author Kathryn Mannix For Readers Of Atul Gawande And Paul Kalanithi, A Palliative Care Doctor S Breathtaking Stories From 30 Years Spent Caring For The Dying.Modern Medical Technology Is Allowing Us To Live Longer And Fuller Lives Than Ever Before And For The Most Part, That Is Good News But With Changes In The Way We Understand Medicine Come Changes In The Way We Understand Death Once A Familiar, Peaceful, And Gentle If Sorrowful Transition, Death Has Come To Be Something From Which We Shield Our Eyes, As We Prefer To Fight Desperately Against It Rather Than Accept Its Inevitability.Dr Kathryn Mannix Has Studied And Practiced Palliative Care For Thirty Years In With The End In Mind, She Shares Beautifully Crafted Stories From A Lifetime Of Caring For The Dying, And Makes A Compelling Case For The Therapeutic Power Of Approaching Death Not With Trepidation, But With Openness, Clarity, And Understanding Weaving The Details Of Her Own Experiences As A Caregiver Through Stories Of Her Patients, Their Families, And Their Distinctive Lives, Dr Mannix Reacquaints Us With The Universal, But Deeply Personal, Process Of Dying With Insightful Meditations On Life, Death, And The Space Between Them, With The End In Mind Describes The Possibility Of Meeting Death Gently, With Forethought And Preparation, And Shows The Unexpected Beauty, Dignity, And Profound Humanity Of Life Coming To An End.

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10 thoughts on “With the End in Mind

  1. Rebecca Foster Rebecca Foster says:

    This is an excellent all round guide to preparation for death It s based around relatable stories of the patients Mannix met in her decades working in the fields of cancer treatment and hospice care She has a particular interest in combining CBT with palliative care to help the dying approach their remaining time with realism rather than pessimism In many cases this involves t...

  2. Nigel Nigel says:

    In brief Best book of the year without question A powerful and moving read.In fullThis is the story of some of Dr Kathryn Mannix s patients She has written this because, as a palliative care specialist of 30 years, she has seen a lot of people dying She is also aware of the lack of information about the process that is available to patients and their families This attempts to redress the imbalance

  3. Kindling Micky Kindling Micky says:

    2.5 starsWITH THE END IN MIND is written for the public perspective and not professionals working with the grieving, in my opinion It takes an anecdotal story approach to representing a variety of death, dying and grieving situations and conversations that many might find potentially helpful I tried to read it from a dual perspective, as a professional and academic in this field but also as a person

  4. Thomas Thomas says:

    Best book I ve read in ages.This is an incredible book that will truly affect you I found myself on the train running the full gamut of emotions from being close to tears to laughing at an anecdote to genuinely feeling unsettled And all because Kathryn Mannix forces you to look death up close and personal But this isn t just a collection of her stories as a palliative carer It s also a meditation on d

  5. Julie Julie says:

    The primary thought on reading this book is that if you enjoyed Being Mortal by Atul Gawande then this very much feels like a companion read One that I think that everyone should read and share with their loved ones.Dr Kathryn Mannix is a palliative care Consultant and in this book she writes about her experiences of working with dying patients She looks at the pattern of dying and what most people will

  6. Leigh Kramer Leigh Kramer says:

    Why do we struggle to talk about death and dying This is a question I ve often asked myself in the past 15 or so years Because my maternal grandparents were both one of thirteen children, I grew up in a large extended family and, as such, I grew up going to funerals I learned how to mourn from my relatives and how to have hard conversations It was a sad part of life But it was part of life.When I started

  7. Amy Street Amy Street says:

    Spoiler everyone dies This is a wonderful and important book beautifully written, thoughtful, wise, humane, funny at times, transformative I can t recommend it highly enough we need to change how we think about ...

  8. Juliet Juliet says:

    A life changing book about death and dying.And I do really mean this book is life changing I read it over two days, unable to put it down and it has filled my thoughts ever since with the author s quiet wisdom from her life experience of caring for the dying As she says of this taboo subject, the conspiracy of silence around death is deafening Wise midwives prepare us for the birth process but there are none

  9. Martha Martha says:

    I realise that it is a rare privilege to be present and to serve those who are approaching their unmaking I was discovering that I was not afraid of death rather, I was in awe of it, and of its impact on our livesPerfect for fans of When Breath Becomes Air, With the End in Mind is a collection of case studies about dying from Dr Kathryn Mannix, a specialist in palliative care Far from being melancholy though I

  10. Rosemary Standeven Rosemary Standeven says:

    This was a remarkable book, and one that I needed to read Although it is primarily about death, it is also very much about life about living your life to the full, by not fearing death when it ultimately comes Immortality seems in many ways an uninviting option It is the fact that every day counts us down that makes each one such a gift.The author, as a palliative care doctor, is very well acquainted with death a

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