LA RUEDA DE LA VIDA ELISABETH KUBLER PDF

Shelves: personal-growth Elisabeth Kubler-Ross - we all know her from the five stages of grief. But what a life she lived! So much experience packed into a life! Her memoir is honest and open. Readers will hear her frustration with the US medical beauracracy as well as her entry into the s Elisabeth Kubler-Ross - we all know her from the five stages of grief. Readers will hear her frustration with the US medical beauracracy as well as her entry into the s Southern California New Age scene.

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Shelves: personal-growth Elisabeth Kubler-Ross - we all know her from the five stages of grief. But what a life she lived! So much experience packed into a life!

Her memoir is honest and open. Readers will hear her frustration with the US medical beauracracy as well as her entry into the s Elisabeth Kubler-Ross - we all know her from the five stages of grief.

Readers will hear her frustration with the US medical beauracracy as well as her entry into the s Southern California New Age scene. Throughout the book, she shares her beliefs about life, death, and life after death some of which may have you wondering about her sanity. In her final chapter, she is ready to die herself, so she addresses the reader directly with a summary of the wisdom she gained from her life experiences and from the experiences of her beloved patients.

I was intrigued, entertained, and most importantly, inspired to love more--and as much as possible provide others and myself a "good death" when the time comes. She touched so many lives. It started off strong, and then, for me, it lost momentum towards the end a bit. Not saying that cant be, but her way of thinking is definitely a far stretch for me. This is her memoir though, not mine. What kept me reading this book was her passion to keep pushing for good.

She was determined to succeed in life. So much so she became a physician, and This memoir was much like what some of the reviewers previously said. So much so she became a physician, and a great one at that.

She is responsible for hospice—which has greatly changed the way we care for people in their last days. So important. She also had a passion to care for people dying of AIDS in the s. A time when no one wanted to step foot in the room with these patients.

Really, she played an instrumental role in educating and changing the way healthcare providers communicate and treat all of their sick and dying patients. Ending, I will say that after reading this, I do feel more comfortable about death itself, and I left with a few good reminders about how to live in the now. So for me, it was definitely worth the read.

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