What I Learned about Living from the Dying

In my opinion, hospice workers and volunteers are angels that walk the earth, and I am talking to one today in this episode of Graduating Grief. Nina Impala, a former hospice worker and volunteer, an author and the host of Inspiring End of Life Conversations radio show on Voice of America Radio. Her book,

“Dearly Departed- What I Learned about Living from the Dying” is one of those books that came to me and my family at a time when a family member was suddenly taken into hospice during the Covid- 19 pandemic. It was the perfect resource we needed to help us better understand, accept and prepare for the end of a life of someone we dearly loved. It’s a book that is filled with love and hope. That’s why I am so excited to talk to her. I know you will love Nina too.

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