It is so human to want to deny death. Even if we understand we are likely to die, we don't expect it to happen in our lifetime. Denial isn't a bad strategy... * after we have given careful thought to what we want in a healthcare crisis, * after we have stepped aside from denial long eugh to put in place the legal documents that can save chaos, grief and, often, unnecessary expense when we die, * after we have talked with our families and doctors about our wishes. Death, Dying and Dessert. Reflections on Twenty Questions About Dying is a book for healthy adults of all ages. It makes it easy to work through the organizational, emotional and spiritual issues that can reduce anxiety about end-of-life. There is wisdom, warmth and humor in this accessible and useful book. Read it, make tes, find clarity and take action. And then be kind eugh to hand a copy to family members and friends so they, too, won't let denial cause unnecessary difficulty. Talking about death is t dangerous but, in fact, life-giving. Here are the twenty questions on which this book reflects: 1. Why Is Dying Important When We Are So Busy Living? 2. When Is It Time To Think About Dying?