Finally after a long time in the creative process I have published my very own book.

I’m Sorry, I Love You, Goodbye: Harvesting the sacred gifts of the final days is a deep look at the art of the most difficult letting go… the letting go of a loved one.

The magic is that these words work with ease to heal both the giver and the receiver: I’m Sorry/Forgive Me

I Love You… You Matter… Goodbye… Here are my stories… The FINAL stories… they are the BEST GIFT EVER. 

I have witnessed lives through videos, interviews and hundreds of conversations with the elderly and dying. I gathered these stories in this book to share these gifts with you – the reader.  This is your ultimate step by step guide to the best conversation most people never have. These stories are presented in a memorable fashion with many tips, ideas, and stories that will linger long after you’ve finished reading the book.

This book comes with a promise that you will be inspired to take this healing energy action with your loved ones before it is too late.

When you don’t ask, you don’t get. When you assume you know, you miss a lot. You get what you ask for— but only IF you ask. Where anxieties, fear, frustration, damaged relationships, and poor communication skills have tainted the final days for the dying person and their families, I want to bring information, guidance, suggestions, and ease in ways that allow peace, healing and closure to those approaching death and those who love and care about them.

What’s left to say when you are one step from walking away from everything and everyone you’ve ever loved? Do you know someone who has so little time left? Can you help them find closure? What do you say? How do you even begin? How do you address the sensitive issues? Should you? Can you? Try these word tools when you are looking for healing life-closure for the one that means everything to you.


Dr. Janet Bieschke has written a book that will offer something to every reader. There are antidotes and lessons that are helpful for those who are experiencing the impending loss of a loved-one. One such teaching is the concept of appreciation during a time when someone you care about is dying. It is an important paradox not often expressed. I recommend this book as it is written in an authentic style – full of hope and compassion.

Dr. Laura Hyatt

Professor, University of La Verne

You are holding an invaluable, compassionate, and healing intimate journey into life, death, and the cherished memories that can be created for a lifetime. Dr. Janet Bieschke has graciously given us the gift of sharing her gifts and deep insights with us. This book powerfully guides us through those last tender moments with our loved ones and offers us an affirming message of hope and healing.

Evelyn Apostolou

Founder, Quantum Edge Healing Institute

How I wish I had this divinely transformational book to guide me, soothe me, educate me and allow me the closure that everyone hopes for when a loved one dies. As a former dancer with the James Brown Revue, I have traveled the world and seen and experienced the dynamic and powerful ability of people as they connect emotions and actions of love. Janet’s book possesses that same universal and divine connection of people as they express their emotions and actions of love.

Lola! Love