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How to talk about death before it’s too late – Futurity

Talking about death and hospice before bad things happen is a good idea.  Please review our pastoral thanatology certification

Talking about death and hospice before bad things happen is a good idea. Please review our pastoral thanatology certification

Talking to family and health care providers about palliative care, hospice, and death is important, though often uncomfortable. Here are some tips.

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It is critically to talk about death before its too late.  Because of societal taboos, death talk is usually started too late before anyone has an idea of what the loved one wants done after his or her passing.  This article emphasizes the importance of healthy discussions regarding death

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