"A NEW Lancet Commission calls for public attitudes to death and dying to be rebalanced, away from a narrow, medicalized approach towards a compassionate community model, where communities and families work with health and social care services to care for people dying".
Death and dying are not just medical experiences, but they are equally as emotional, spiritual and socio-well being oriented.
Death has become over-medicalized. We treat it as a condition, instead of a natural, normal part of life. Loved ones are wanting a change with how we experience death, and desire to be more involved as a family.
Imagine how society would think, and experience death differently if we rebalanced and reinvented the way we look at it, talk about it, explore it, empower it and finally enrich it.
A Necessary Conversation (ANC) helps individuals, families, and corporations to do death differently, and begin to experience the love, compassion and beauty that is end-of-life experiences.
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