Thinking about End of Life planning is difficult, because this is uncharted territory. However, the more you can learn and engage in EOL conversations, the better prepared you, and your loved ones will be. This preparation allows you to be more emotionally present, when in a life or death moment.
Take the time to look at this article, and begin acquainting yourself with these four question ~
1. Who Do You Want to Designate to Make Medical Decisions on Your Behalf When You Are Unable to Make Them?
2. What Kind of Medical Treatment Do You, or Don't You, Want to Have?
3. As You Reach the End of Your Life, Do You Want to Die at Home or Is Hospice Care, Including Palliative Care, an Option for You?
4. Are You Willing or Unwilling to Donate Your Organs or Tissues to Other People Whose Quality of Life Will Be Improved by Their Use?
Of course, these are just a few of End of Life questions, but it's a great beginning.