On The Fear Of Death Kudler-Ross

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We respond in different ways towards death, in various situations and our attitudes towards death vary. For most of us it is difficult to imagine our own death yet alone accept it. Upon birth our time here is limited we never know when death will call or how it will happen which frightens most of us. Our fear for death is quite evident and affects us regularly. The author of On the Fear of Death, Dr. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross discusses her perspective and research, giving us her insight on the influences she thought cause individuals to fear death. Kubler-Ross spent most of her later life studying people’s attitudes and emotions towards death known as thanatology, the study of death. She traveled the world to speak with those close to death and

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