Considering end of life is hard work…

It takes courage to think and  communicate about end of life issues.  Giving thought to this weighty subject requires developing a “fitness” to make tough decisions.  A way to prepare for making these decisions is to do three things…

   1.  Face the fact that you are going to die at some point.

  2.  Be aware that the medical establishment will be oriented towards keeping you alive, often at great cost.

  3.  Know that you need to talk with your family to help them accept your decisions about end of life issues.

To develop a “fitness” you must examine what others have experienced  when confronted with a serious or mortal illness or injury.  To maintain “fitness” you must continue to consider what you would want to happen if you were afflicted with the same medical problem.


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