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Death and Dying

  • Coming to terms with dying
  • Coming to terms with the prospect of imminent death, and preparing for this eventuality, is an emotional process, for the dying person and their family. When a person is told that they are dying from their disease, an initial phase of denial is common. This can be followed by feelings of confusion, anger, distress, and sadness. Sometimes, the person will go through a period of withdrawal. All these reactions will eventually abate and the dying person will start to prepare for their death. Typically this can involve any number of things, from settling outstanding financial matters and writing or re-writing wills, to undertaking a project they have always wanted to do, or making arrangements to complete outstanding projects.
  • The period of time just before a person's death can also be a time of tremendous healing and growth for all concerned, by dealing with past hurts and damaged relationships. This, in turn, can bring a feeling of completion and peace.
  • Grieving and dealing with the details
    It is normal for family members to start grieving before the person dies. The length of time that people grieve depends on many things, including the nature of the relationship with the deceased, the age of the deceased, whether or not the dying person's death was painful and traumatic, or peaceful and timely. Financial resources will also play a role, and the more details that family members can take care of prior to the person's death, the better.
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