BRONNIE WARE REGRETS OF THE DYING PDF

T here was no mention of more sex or bungee jumps. A palliative nurse who has counselled the dying in their last days has revealed the most common regrets we have at the end of our lives. And among the top, from men in particular, is 'I wish I hadn't worked so hard'. Bronnie Ware is an Australian nurse who spent several years working in palliative care, caring for patients in the last 12 weeks of their lives.

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In Bronnie Ware wrote an online article called Regrets of the Dying about her time as a palliative carer. Working with dying people and developing close relationships with them during their last weeks resulted in raw, honest conversations about life and death, including what the patients wished they had done differently. Bronnie then honoured the requests of some of her dearly loved patients and shared the wisdom onward, through her article.

This has become her bestselling memoir, read by more than a million people from all corners of the globe with translations in 32 languages. There is a reason the memoir has resonated so strongly with people from such a broad variety of cultures: We are all the same. We all want to know we have truly lived our best life.

The Top Five Regrets of the Dying has already helped so many to find the courage they needed to create the life their heart wanted. You deserve to live your best life, to learn true kindness towards yourself, to be courageous and proud of who you are. Not because someone else tells you that you deserve it. Because your heart tells you. Your heart already knows you deserve it.

It also wants you to treat yourself with deep love and use the gift of your time with reverence and joy. A courageous, life-changing memoir inspiring you to embrace your power of choice and the sacredness of time. If you want the courage to celebrate your uniqueness and ensure you are joyfully becoming the very best version of yourself, this book is for you. By applying the lessons of those nearing their death to her own life, Bronnie developed a profound understanding of how to be present and courageous on levels well beyond regular experience.

Expressing the significance of the regrets, she shows first-hand how you too can address these issues with trust and courage, while you still have the time. You have the choice to change your life, to be courageous, to live a life true to your heart, one that will see you pass without regret. Time is Precious. No Regrets. Sometimes life brings unexpected turmoil your way.

Sometimes it brings unexpected blessings. How you choose to view both determines whether you are creating a life of joy or regret. No one wants regrets. No one has to have them. There is choice in creating the life your heart calls you to. It can help you too. Your heart does not want the pain of regret. It wants your love and courage. Need to feel better about yourself and. Inspiration from Bronnie's.

TEDx talk! The story continues Read the Original Article. Want more inspiration? Want to live an inspired life free of regret? After all, you deserve to live with joy! First Name.

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Regrets of the Dying

In Bronnie Ware wrote an online article called Regrets of the Dying about her time as a palliative carer. Working with dying people and developing close relationships with them during their last weeks resulted in raw, honest conversations about life and death, including what the patients wished they had done differently. Bronnie then honoured the requests of some of her dearly loved patients and shared the wisdom onward, through her article. This has become her bestselling memoir, read by more than a million people from all corners of the globe with translations in 32 languages.

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