5.0 out of 5 stars A guide to entering the twilight of one’s life and living it with calmness and dignity | November 8, 2010, By Midwest Book Review (Oregon, WI USA)
“A good passing is one that isn’t chaotic. “Exit Strategy: Leaving this Life with Grace and Gratitude” is a guide to entering the twilight of one’s life and living it with calmness and dignity that so often eludes those who are near passing. Drawing on author Kelsey Collins own experience with advice on the many aspects of old age, “Exit Strategy” asks many questions and offers many answers.”
“A tour de force for our time, Exit Strategy: Leaving this Life with Grace and Gratitude, is equally compelling as an antidote to American cultural misgivings about aging and death as it is a model for every caregiver of the elderly and dying.” When Did Exit Strategy Begin?
“From the delightful “Bee-isms” to the profound wisdom spoken by a sage elder, author Kelsey Collins skillfully shares with us the joy of truly knowing another human being in a spiritual and intimate way.” Click here for a few Beeisms.
“On rare occasion, someone writes a book that actually shakes up the status quo in an area. Kelsey Collins has deftly and courageously done just that in “Exit Strategy”.
“Having finished Exit Strategy last night I urge everyone to read it! Warm, informative, entertaining and just good common, caring sense are just a few adjectives to describe Kelsey’s wonderful tribute to all of life and to dear Bee. What’s your Exit Strategy?” – Susan Nobles
“There is a book I wish I had owned by Kelsey Collins called Exit Strategy: Leaving this Life with Grace and Gratitude. Kelsey’s mission is to help parents and their family caregivers find ways to approach this sensitive subject. David Solie recently interviewed Kelsey on his Blogtalkradio program. Their conversation is well worth listening to. David and Kelsey address many of the most difficult questions we face as we accompany our elderly parents to the end of their lives.”
- Inside Aging Parent Care