The Death Doula’s Guide to Living Fully and Dying Prepared: An Essential Workbook to Help You Reflect Back, Plan Ahead, and Find Peace on Your Journey Spiral-Bound |
Francesca Lynn Arnoldy
The Death Doula’s Guide to Living Fully and Dying Prepared: An Essential Workbook to Help You Reflect Back, Plan Ahead, and Find Peace on Your Journey
Find practical and emotional support for your journey with this immersive workbook.
If you are preparing for the end of life—or simply looking to bring more meaning to the here and now—The Death Doula’s Guide to Living Fully and Dying Prepared imparts valuable insight to nurture clarity and your internal strength on your journey. Infused with essential doula approaches, this workbook is a first-of-its-kind publication that invites you to process your life and legacy, create remembrance projects, build connections to vital supports, and draft informative wishes and plans for your last chapter.
Replete with centering techniques and thought-provoking prompts, this comprehensive workbook is a welcome invitation for anyone seeking a more intentional approach to living and dying. It provides a practical template for end-of-life planning focused on designing comforting experiences that feel personally affirming—with sensitivity to all belief systems, cultures, identities, and histories of lived experience. The practices within chapters promote death literacy, and present steps to create your custom death journal.
Completing this workbook is a brave act of healthy preparedness, as it breaks down a complex and often overwhelming topic into manageable tasks. You will tap into deep truths and poignant memories as you work through the exercises, often feeling lighter and less burdened upon their completion. Most importantly, you’ll find your best way to live fully and die prepared, by clarifying the fundamental ideals, priorities, and requests you want honored.
—Gabrielle Elise Jimenez, hospice nurse; end-of-life doula; conscious dying educator; and author of four books: Soft Landing, The Hospice Heart, At the Bedside, and What Would Gabby Say? -Gabrielle Elise Jimenez