Transitions are essentially periods of accelerated learning and spiritual growth.
All transitions have similar key elements. Also, every person experiences a wide variety of transitions during the course of his/her lifetime. In that sense, there is nothing new in dying process. In fact, each of us develops our own, personal style for dealing with transitions. We tend to stick with that style, whatever it might be, when we face the transition we call death.Crossing the Creek
Written by hospice nurse Michael Holmes: This guide is intended to provide dying people and their caregivers with a general description of what they can expect to encounter.
The National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization
is a national nonprofit organization that partners individuals and organizations in a powerful collaboration to improve how people die in our society. Among other services, they provide state-specific living wills and medical powers of attorney
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