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Isn’t talking about death morbid?
Not if you do it right. There are a lot of ways to open the door for understanding and acceptance that invite curiosity rather than dread.
Am I the only one who feels this way?
No. Most people feel isolated and unsettled when they’re going through something unknown, frightening and disorienting. Realizing it’s normal goes a long way toward making it something manageable.
Practically Dying is collaborating with Colorado State University to conduct research on the lived experience of people who have qualified for medical aid in dying across the US and their primary caregivers.
We will be adding content/pages to our website soon. In the meantime, click here for a flyer for the project and for registration information for anyone who would like to tell their story in English or Spanish.
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