‘The Talk’ often comes during a person’s adolescence when his or her parents introduce and explain various concepts relating to growing up and meeting people from the opposite sex. Who would’ve thought that when you’ve grown older, you’d have to go through the same process once again – this time on the topic of dying.
An article from the Pocono Record website discusses the importance of having end-of-life decisions and sharing them with your loved ones.
“I can’t emphasize enough to people about the trouble you’re going to spare the people you leave behind,” by talking and planning ahead, says Frances Shani Parker, a retired Detroit school principal. She also shares her decision to have her body donated to WSU medical school.
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