From Prognosis to Peace
Navigating Grief Through Discovery, Gratitude and Healing
Is there a way to communicate with a person who is dying in a way that brings us – and them – peace?
Lara Rodwell’s father received a bleak prognosis, which left her with a choice: pray for a miracle, or accept the inevitable. Instinctively, she knew she had to prepare for the worst.
She didn’t want there to be a single question she didn’t ask him, a meaningful memory they didn’t reminisce over, or anything about his life she didn’t know. She longed to have a physical keepsake of the relationship they shared. And she took every chance she had to tell him how grateful she felt for everything he had given to her.
Now, Lara is passionate about using her delicate foresight and compassion to shape a more authentic and honest conversation around death, loss and grief. This book is more than a guided journal; it is a heartfelt memoir, which the author hopes will impact many people’s lives as they navigate the same path.