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Tag Archives: A good death
After the roller coaster of emotions slows down, there is time to decide how you want to be remembered
It could be argued that there is no upside to learning that you have a terminal illness. Coming face to face with your own mortality is terrifying and disorienting. And while it’s an experience that each one of us will … Continue reading
Is the key to a "good" death following your heart?
Each month Kathleen Clohessy, R.N., offers a new perspective on living with a terminal illness. Kathleen comes to SevenPonds with 25 years experience as a registered nurse caring for families and children facing life-threatening illness. She began her career in the … Continue reading
The New York Times photographer learned many things from the dying John R. Hawkins -- among them, what it means to have "a good death"
“I had never looked closely for a long period at a dying person,” writes photographer Joshua Bright of The New York Times; “I had never listened to the strained breathing of a body barely functioning and had never put my … Continue reading