Dr. Karen Wyatt talks about What Really Matters: 7 Lessons for Living From the Stories of the Dying
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Dr. Karen Wyatt is a family physician who has spent much of her 25 years as a Hospice Medical Director, taking care of dying patients in their homes. The author of A Matter of Life & Death: Stories to Heal Loss & Grief and The Loss & Grief Survival Guide, Dr. Wyatt has written and lectured extensively on end-of-life issues with emphasis on the spiritual aspect of illness and dying. She is the recipient of numerous awards for her volunteer work and for the thousands of hours of compassionate care provided to her patients, including the Spirit of the American Woman award.
Her most recent book: What Really Matters: 7 Lessons for Living From the Stories of the Dying chronicles the spiritual lessons that she has gleaned from workingwith her patients. This will be a most interesting interview. If you have ever felt uncomfortable with the idea of death, this is an interview that you should experience!