There’s plenty of trust, and some pretty "candid" discussions.
One night, as a child, Holly Hoyle O’Brien woke up in tears. "My daddy died, I have a sister, we need to find her," she told her parent
Ram Dass, the Western spiritual teacher, refers to it as 'this energy transformation dance called dying'. If I'd approached it in that way when I was diagnosed with melanoma in 2009, I wouldn't have been so paralysed by fear.