Alberta Gutteridge, Host of the North London Death Cafe
There is so much in the book that I found interesting and relevant to me. The exercises, explained in a way that is easily accessible, can be applied to more than just death anxiety; the information around mental health generally, death anxiety, the causes are presented clearly and calmly. The book is like listening to a sensible friend: quiet, calm and clear-headed. Whether you are concerned that you have a death anxiety, or you know you do, or simply you are concerned that you might not be living life to its fullest, this book is worth exploring.
Dr. Bethan Michael-FoxThe Death Studies Podcast
"Really nicely written, it's clear and accessible ... I think it will be of interest to quite a lot of people ... it's not just a self-help book for if you're worried about death and dying, it's more practical and useful!"
Zoey Mitchell, anxiety UK Participation Group memberAnxiety UK
I am so glad I reviewed this book as reading it has been transformative. I had no idea death anxiety was its own thing and to find my symptoms and experiences laid out before was an emotional experience. I will be continuing to use this book to help myself live my life freely