Why is it so hard to say that someone died? We use the terms “passed away”, “departed”, “crossed over”, among others because we can’t say died.
Sallie Tisdale is a straight shooter. She uses her experience as a writer, a Zen Buddhist, and an RN, to educate about end of life and care of the dead in her book Advice for Future Corpses: A Practical Perspective on Death and Dying
Check out today’s episode and find out:
- What the most common fears associated with death and dying are.
- The impact burial and cremation have on our environment.
- Things you should know about hospice.
Although we didn’t discuss this, Sallie mentioned PACE programs. I will do an episode on PACE in the future, but in the meantime, check out the link for more information.