The process of dying is not something we are often taught. Although it is a fact of life, we are mostly ill-equipped to deal with it. But DeLeo has accompanied many people, in various capacities, as they faced the end of life and has created this thoughtful and accessible guide to help those who were never taught. By drawing on Tibetan Buddhist techniques that she has found particularly helpful over the years, the book supplies a roadmap, a lifeline even, to help you process the seemingly insurmountable task of facing the end of life. It provides support at every stage, both for them and for you, and guides you from the very beginning, from what to say when you don’t know what to say, to the very moment death arrives. This is a wonderful small guide, the perfect size to carry with you, that provides practical, pithy, down-to-earth advice and support to dip into when you need it.