February 28, 2011
Talking about dying and death is a huge social taboo. It is almost as though we collectively put our hands over our eyes like children who innocently think, "if I don't see it or look at it, it doesn't exist." But, it does. So, let's take a look at the truth of this matter.
The key to effective end-of-life planning is not to race through filling out legal documents, but rather to take our time to thoughtfully clarify our thoughts, attitudes, beliefs and feelings about dying and death first. It is important to understand that our mental and emotional posture serves as the foundation for how we live our lives, which includes how we live our dying.
Read the full article at HuffingtonPost.com
Thanks to SevenPonds Blog for altering us to this article.
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