“I cannot thank you enough for sharing your knowledge and your experience in such a kind, understandable, loving way. Your spirituality is evident throughout the entire book. Thank You again! I will at every step of the way do my very best to honor your philosophy and teach your concepts well. God Bless you and please, keep doing your work.” ~ Registered Nurse, Trinidad, Colorado
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Hard Choices for Loving People: CPR, Feeding Tubes, Palliative Care, Comfort Measures, and the Patient with a Serious Illness, Sixth Edition is a guide for helping patients and families with end-of-life decisions. In the very first pages the reader is encouraged to consider first the goals of medical care. Treatments such as CPR, artificial feeding tubes, hospitalization, palliative care, and hospice care are then considered in some depth as they apply to patients with an advanced illness. The concluding pages of the book address the emotional and spiritual concerns at the end of life. People of any or no faith tradition have found these words helpful. Chaplain Dunn feels the journey at the final stages of life is a journey of letting go and letting be.
Light in the Shadows
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Light in the Shadows: Meditations While Living with a Life-Threatening Illness, Second Edition is written for people struggling with a life-threatening illness. In 27 brief selections, Chaplain Hank Dunn covers some of the most important lessons for people who find themselves in this most difficult situation. A sampling of the meditation titles reveals the thrust of the book: “Choosing My Response,” “Giving Up, Letting Go, and Letting Be,” “Between Hope and Reality,” “Quality, not Quantity,” and “Idol of Control.” This book is about finding hope in hopeless situations; being grateful in the midst of great losses; experiencing a connection to things eternal; living a meaningful life while considering the possibility of death; and getting to the root issues in medical treatment decisions.