A book with Elisabeth Kübler-Ross as one of the authors, a psychiatrist who incorporated near-death studies in her practice. The contents are by no means morbid or depressing, just lessons we ought to incorporate into our living, while healthy and well. The writing style is anecdotal and the tone reassuring. It addresses topics that any one of us could have at some stage in our lives. Psyche struggles are put into perspective. Any seemingly 'taboo' subject is made more common when you realize that so many more people think / feel the same way you do, but like you, are hesitant to bring up the matter, and thus feel that no one understands. The book addresses 14 different topics, so it's not too in-depth, but has enough to make you think and (re)evaluate your life.