Grief and Bereavement (cont.)
Living with Dying
When someone we love has a terminal illness, we must find a way to live with dying. Living with dying involves emotions that may be felt, decisions that must be made, and things that should be done.
Lynn Barkley Burnett, EdD, MS, LLB
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