Book Review: I’ll Have It My Way: Taking Control of End of Life Decisions: a Book about Freedom & Peace by Hattie Bryant

I’ll Have It My Way: Taking Control of End of Life Decisions: a Book about Freedom & Peace by Hattie Bryant

Most fast food places will allow you to have it your way.  Our youngest daughter always asks for her burger without a bun. She gets it the way she wants it.

In the book I’ll Have It My Way: Taking Control of End of Life Decisions: a Book about Freedom & Peace by Hattie Bryant, our author tells us that the law says we can have our medical treatment our way, as well.

If we are diagnosed with a terminal illness, there is no law that requires us to accept any treatment at all.  But, what if we are unable to speak for ourselves at that time? What happens then?

We are often sent books on the end of life.  Some are on how our loved ones can adapt their homes to better care for us.  Some have been about how healthcare workers can be better able to take care of the terminally ill person’s needs.

This book tells us about the many things we need to think about now, while we can speak for ourselves, and how to choose a person to stand up for us when the time comes.  No one wants to think about death and dying. It is, however, a fact of life.

I’ll Have It My Way is very well-written and thought-provoking.  We give it all five stars. We could choose to bury our heads in the sand, or we could be proactive about our deaths. This book can help.

We were sent a complimentary copy of this book.  We are under no obligation to write any review, positive or negative.

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