An independent life ended with a lonely death: I fear the same fate for my mother

A chill ran through me when I read about Anne Iddon, a blind woman who apparently died of starvation and dehydration after her husband and carer passed away. Their bodies lay in their Sydney home for weeks before being found. Could the same thing happen to my mother? Stephanie Wood writes.

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As far back as Lara B. Smith recalls, she always has had a deep awareness not just of her inner essence, but also those of other people, as well. Knowing that what she was looking for was not in the "mundane" professions that were made available to her, she followed a path that she believed would lead her to the one thing she was looking. As it turned out, she found it through hypnotherapy.

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