At end of life, the dying are more worried about family's future than themselves
"The 124 nurses from the Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association who responded to an online survey said patients are often more consumed with worries about how their families will fare after their deaths than they are with their own fates".
Have you taken the time to enrich your relations with loved ones? Please do not wait until someone is sick to repair and reinvest in these relationships. Take the time to openly discuss what fears and hopes you have as a family, especially after a loved one dies. These conversations are imperative to have now, regardless of health, as we do not know what the future holds.
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