David Kessler, is a grief expert, and has helped thousands of people, in their darkest times, to live happy and fulfilled lives.
He is also the author of six books, including coauthoring two books, with the famous Elizabeth Kubler Ross.
"David’s personal experience as a child witnessing a mass shooting while his mother was dying in a hospital helped him begin his journey. For most of his life, David has taught physicians, nurses, counselors, police, and first responders about the end of life, trauma, and grief. He facilitates talks, workshops and retreats for those experiencing grief. However, despite his vast knowledge on grief, his life was turned upside down by the sudden death of his twenty-one-year-old son. It inspired him to write his newest book, Finding Meaning".
The Needs of the Dying is a book written about helping us through the last chapter of our lives, which identities several key areas of concerns, such as:
The need to be treated as a living human being.
The need for hope.
The need to be free of physical pain.