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Hattie Bryant
Hi, my name is Hattie Bryant
and I have written a book for
anyone who wants to die in
peace. Since the first emergency
911 telephone call was placed on Friday, February 16, 1968, the natural act of dying has, year-
by-year, shifted from being an understood and predictable process managed by a family doctor with support from family and friends into a high-tech, high-speed, multi-machine, multi-doctor impersonal series of events that might not let us die for years and leaves us vulnerable and often voiceless.
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“No one is required to passively delegate death to a system that insists upon surgery, stents, chemotherapy, blood transfusions, radiation, infusions and all of the tubes, bags and lines which accompany these interventions. My mom barely escaped a protracted experience and she is the reason I have written this book.”

– Hattie Bryant
Always Asking“I’ll Have it my Way” is
a how-to book made personal
as the reader answers
questions that will
provides friends and
family with a few simple
instructions. Hattie says,
“As a Baby Boomer, I
am hoping to be part
of a revolution. Just
like we changed childbirth,
it is time we change the way
we leave this earth. Every
person who wants to direct
their own health care all
the way to the end will
benefit from this book.”
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