Hobart here I come – So excited! ….to be invited to attend the next session at You n’ Taboo …. to talk about my book and death and dying – Please spread the word. Sunday 6th November, 10am at Hotel Soho Hobart Read More
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Sally adopts a refreshingly bold approach to many difficult questions surrounding the complex experience of death and dying. Through Sally's advocacy, the reader will gain a greater understanding of options available to individuals and families and a deeper insight into necessary considerations at such a challenging time.
- Cheryl Dakis – Relationship Psychologist, B.Psych (Hons), Assoc MAPS
Conversations about Death is a vital book for our times. Sally’s account is honest, refreshing and sensitive to this topic. Readers will gain invaluable insights from the case histories and from Sally’s own extensive experience in the field of end-of-life care, death and dying.
- Gemma Schooneveldt – Director, Rainbows for the Children of Australia
I would strongly recommend Conversations About Death’ to all of those faced with life’s inevitable and undeniable end. Informative and compassionate, Sally Cant has created an incredibly thorough guide for the road that we all travel. This is a beautiful book which will enhance your ability to navigate end-of-life care, death and dying. It belongs in every household, so take a highlighter and notepad and start the conversation, with this book by your side!
- Dr Pia Interlandi - Designer and Death Practitioner, President of the Natural Death Advocacy Network