Saying the wrong thing in a delicate situation is a widespread fear. It's difficult for most people to find the right words when confronted with life's most troubling moments: illness or death of a loved one. Many self-help books deal with the aftermath of death, but in "Nothing Left Unsaid" Carol Orsborn provides counsel to those caring for a dying or seriously ill loved one. Speaking from personal experience, she helps readers find the words for what they really want to say and gives them questions to consider while there's still time. The book is divided into three parts: stories, poems, and prayers; processes and rituals; and questions for conversation.