End-of-Life Conversations Can Bring You and Loved Ones Closer

2018-12-01T21:38:01+00:00 December 1st, 2018|

“Before his mother, Dee Dee, died from emphysema in 2009, Larry Sernovitz spent a lot of time at her bedside, keeping her company. Toward the last few days of Dee Dee’s life, she wasn’t very responsive, so her son didn’t expect to connect with her meaningfully anymore. During one of the final visits, Dee Dee had mostly rested, and the two hadn’t interacted much. So Larry was surprised to get a phone call from his mom the next day.”(…) Read Full Publication Here

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