This is an interesting chapter I thought I’d share with you from my book, Death Doesn’t Have to be Morbid - life, death and learning to grieve.
I’ve always wondered which is the better way to die- fast and furious…or long and loving. Having all the time to say goodbye to a loved one sounds idyllic, but it comes with consequences. Whereas with a quick and unexpected death, often there are things left unsaid. It’s less painful for the one who dies. But far more for the ones left behind.
Many people find it hard to talk about topics like death and dying but personally I don’t think we talk about them enough. This is a short sharp episode where I’m challenging you to think a little differently about a topic that many people are uncomfortable about.
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