In "The Better End", Dr. Morhaim helps the reader to see that while death does have its sting, it need not be bitter and each of us can prepare for the end in better ways.
AUTHOR, POET, EDUCATOR
I applaud "The Better End" for taking on this very difficult topic in an
approachable and understandable way. Planning for death is part of life.
Everyone who cares about their family should read this book.
MICHAEL KLAG, M.D.
DEAN, JOHNS HOPKINS BLOOMBERG SCHOOL OF
With compassion, kindness, and
understanding, Dan Morhaim skillfully guides the reader through how to cope with all stages of illness and disease. When so many others shun away from the topic, Morhaim addresses the situation with clarity, insight, and sensitivity.
"The Better End" is the perfect title for Dan Morhaim's gift of a book about the importance of planning ahead and taking a few simple actions to make sure our wishes are carried out as we approach the end of our lives. Using stories of real patients, and his knowledge of both medicine and the law, Dan presents a compelling case for helping not only ourselves but also our loved ones.
AUTHOR, "DEADLY SPIN"
Dr. Dan Morhaim's book, "The Better End", is long overdue. It provides
practical and easily understood advice about rational preparation for the end of our lives and those of our loved ones. Over the years of intense neurosurgical practice, I have seen so many families that could have benefited greatly from this book. I hope it will be widely used.
BEN CARSON, M.D.
INTERNATIONALLY KNOWN HOPKINS NEUROSURGEON