“Passing Through” by Wendy Karasin

In the memoir, Passing Through, a Baby Boomer comes to grips with the loss of the two people she has never been without. Sandwiched between the growing needs of aging parents and four young adult children, she loses sight of herself. Surrendering to an inability to alter her parents’ fate, pain turns to acceptance, then presence, and ultimately compassion. As she deals with the pain of loss, the rigors of hospitals, doctors and illness, parenting and being parented, she must come to terms with a final reconciliation that will allow her to continue, whole.With the Baby Boomer population at 79.6 million (Population Reference Bureau) and the senior population at 40 million (National Hospice Foundation) conscious, end of life, conversation has become a requirement for all involved. Imminent Domain
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