My e-book on navigating the health care system and making end-of-life care choices

by CynthiaYockey on June 1, 2009

After my life partner of over 20 years, Margaret Ardussi, died of complications of multiple sclerosis in 2004, I realized I had a lot to tell people about how to navigate the health care system and how to make end-of-life care choices. Since then I have cared for my mother when she was dying in 2006 and I have have spent most of the last three years living with and caring for my father, who is now 93.

If you are interested in being notified when my e-book is published later this month, please leave a comment and I will use your e-mail address to send you an announcement and three follow-ups. Don’t worry — your e-mail address is not displayed publicly. I will only send four e-mails announcing my e-book and I will not share your e-mail address with anyone.


Today is Margaret’s birthday. She would have been 68.

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  • Yes, please.

  • Yes, I would love to be informed once your E-book once published. My partner of 6 years and I have been struggling with such issues and are looking for such wisdom. I have only recently stumbled upon your page and must tell you how much I enjoy your writings.

    Many thanks!

    Jonah Steed (female)
    Atlanta, GA

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