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Tough Talk

November 8, 2012

Ok, yes, I’ll admit, I read Oprah magazine.  It has some great stuff in it!  Here’s something I found in the October 2012 issue.

If you have not had “the conversation” with your loved ones about end-of-life stuff, DO IT!  It’s so important, especially if you are likely to be the one with power of attorney or other decision-making status.  Ellen Goodman founded The Conversation Project, to encourage these sorts of discussions.  Here are two websites:

theconversationproject.org

oprah.com/omagextras – a dialogue between Ellen and her daughter about end-of-life wishes.

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