Two weeks ago, I was convinced my brain tumour was cancerous. After initially hearing the news, I was in shock. My mind was racing with all the things I needed to do while I had the opportunity. I don't get overwhelmed often, but I did then. Fortunately, the specialist relieved my fears indicating there is only a 5% chance it is cancerous. I can't imagine how others feel when hearing such devastating news being confirmed. I have worked in many end-of-life related roles and am rather organized. So many others are not. As I state in the Summary of my book, 'If you are diagnosed with a severe health issue, you will be extremely relieved you took the time to properly plan when times were good. Having that peace of mind while also dealing with poor health is a true blessing'. I cannot stress this enough.