I’m 35 and I may suddenly have lost the rest of my life. I’m panicking, just a bit.
Scott Riddle

Thank you for sharing your story, Scott. You undoubtedly have helped many people by doing so. I lost my husband to stage 4 colon cancer eight years ago; I had been working for 10 years as a hospice chaplain at that time, and learned something in his hospital room that I later shared with my patients who told me it was really helpful. So I wrote it in a book that was published two years ago, “The Healing Hand: 5 discussions to have with the dying who are living”. I designed it so that it could be read quickly and easily by those in crisis. I would love to send you a copy, if you would like one and can tell me where to send it. As you make every day count, may you have many exquisite moments of joy.

Sue Knight Deutsch


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