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The Peaceful Pill Handbook (PPH) was first published in 2006. Since this time the book has been annually updated to include new and changed information. This is essential to keep up with the debate about end of life choices.
In 2008, the fully-online Peaceful Pill eHandbook (PPeH) was also published. The online format of the eHandbook has allowed updating when and as it is required. At the current time, the eHandbook is updated no less than six times each year.
The online eHandbook also contains over 50 pieces of video, providing hands-on instruction and critical detail on a diverse range of issues.
For readers of the PPH, Exit is pleased to continue to offer a cash-back arrangement should purchasers upgrade to an online subscription to the PPeH.
Both books are made available in the philosophical belief that knowledge is empowering. With the academic literature playing catch-up, Exit remains acutely aware that having an end-of-life plan makes one live a longer and happier life. Far from pushing people towards suicide, establishing one’s options helps people stop worrying, and get on with living better. For those with terminal illness, being back in control can be pretty satisfying given the adversity that often circles about.
Freedom shouldn’t take this much effort. But for the time being it does. Exit appreciates reader feedback on the facts and the feelings that come with reading our books.