This full-length audiobook with a newly updated preface is where Barbara Karnes shares her insights and experiences gathered over decades of working with people during their final act of living. For both professionals and laypeople, this book weaves personal stories with practical care guidelines, including: living with a life-threatening illness, signs of the dying process, the stages of grief, living wills, and other end of life issues.

 

Barbara wrote this book following years of being a hospice nurse at the bedside of hundreds of people in the months to moments before death. From the stories and experiences she shares, you will see that death doesn’t just happen, there is an unfolding; there is a process to dying.

Listen now on your favorite platforms and discover The Final Act of Living – Available on major platforms including Spotify, AudibleGoogle PlayBarnes & NobleAudiobooks.comKobo, Walmart, and more.

You can also find this book on Barbara’s website

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