Modern society is so afraid of Death and Loss that it avoids them as much as it can. A cancer diagnosis is traumatic. A person who has cancer must necessarily confront both death and loss, but usually does not feel adequately prepared or supported in doing so. We help you address the subject of death by explaining how bereavement affects everyone; we also prepare you to anticipate and face cancer’s five ‘shocks’. Further, we offer you a way to conduct a ‘dialogue’ with death; this will help you release your natural fears and uncertainties.