A discussion of all the ways we communicate about death.
End-of-life conversation is quite a bit hard especially when some people considered it a morbid thing to discuss. But personally speaking, it's OK for me to talk about death, for all of us will be dying, eh. And I have many dreams and wishes that I want to be fulfilled before I die, eh.
Hi Jessica, Thanks for this post. End-of-life discussions are so, so important. There is some excellent information about the end of life and all of the things that go with it at http://www.caresearch.com.au/caresearch/tabid/1073/Default.aspxAre you still planning to keep this blog up, by the way? We haven't heard from you in awhile!
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death is never good but a peaceful death if we had to die would be something better than a bad death
This is such a difficult subject matter but you handle it with grace. Working in Las Vegas hospice care can be emotionally taxing, Thank you for the ideas on peace.
Its always a hard topic to talk about. When I used to work for a Hospice in San Fernando Valley. I noticed that families, who discussed what to do in case they passed, did better and gave some closure.
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