As a society, we don’t have an accessible 'death vocabulary' and can find ourselves uncomfortable, embarrassed or fearful of saying the wrong thing about our own death, or the death of a loved one. While medical, ethical, religious, financial and legal terminology might help support our understanding of the process of dying and death, it seems that we often have trouble exploring, articulating and sharing what matters to us, what our wishes for dying are and what it looks like to spend our remaining time well.
We don't know the answer, but we'd like to start a conversation.
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