Dying Without Crying

In our look back moments, as we attempt to find meaning to our overall existence, we ask ourselves why it takes a milestone birthday, the loss of a loved one or terminal illness to open our eyes – to evaluate the choices we’ve made and how we have conducted our lives. Improve your life today with “Dying Without Crying.”

Dying Without Crying is a beautiful concise guide providing useful, actionable tips for caregivers and care-receivers on setting boundaries, having a voice and making decisions .. along with sharing the experience of facing death with dignity… and the difficult emotions & circumstances that accompany it. The book brings comfort to those dealing with any daily challenges, encouraging us to live each day the best we can. “Dying Without Crying” is being used by caregiving, bereavement, healthcare and funeral organizations.

Category: Self-Help, Death, Grief, Bereavement, Caregiving, Hospice

78 Pages
May 2016

“We are all traveling down the same road; we just arrive at different times.”

~ J.I. Willett

Award Winning Author

Several years ago, Janice experienced a low in her life that so many of us can relate to. As she questioned her purpose, she turned to God for guidance. That was the monumental pivoting point wherein she left her unfulfilled life, including a 33 year career in the service industry, and used her savings to live and follow the path that led to writing the books that bring peace and comfort to so many. 

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Dying without Crying is a heartfelt book for caregiving, hospice, grief and loss. This concise easy to read guide encourages us to have a voice, not feel guilty, set boundaries, be forgiving and hopefully life a better quality life so no one is left with regrets.

Reader Reviews

This book may be tiny, but the impact is enormous. The easy-to-read prose may be simple but its concepts are deep. It is a book to read and refer to repeatedly as we face the inevitable. It is a volume that should be given to all the harried caretakers who carry loved ones through the end of their days on earth. It should be read by all health care workers and hospice volunteers. It is a gift to be given to those with terminal illnesses. Dying without Crying is a gem that glows with the wisdom of the ages and shines a light on faith, death, and love.
– Karen Kelly Boyce

Willett takes the reader’s hand into her own and journeys alongside them – into the reality of death, but also the beauty, potential, and even gift that dying offers each of us.   With nuggets of wisdom peppered throughout this short read, Willett knows firsthand that caregivers and care receivers aren’t in a position for heady, intellectual reading.  So the spirituality she provides is punchy, yet profound. While death can be a confusing and emotional time, Willett provides that comfort and guidance that is much-needed along the path of grief.  But she does it in such a way that neither downplays nor sugar coats the often raw and very painful parts of dying.  
– Jeannie Ewing

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