Reposted from Time Magazine – Credit Below
We must have conversations about end-of-life care before it’s too late
About six weeks before my parents’ 53rd wedding anniversary, each one of them got on the phone and told me that living together wasn’t working out.
My mother called and told me that my father had walked across the hall to the neighbors’ apartment and refused to come back. He was over there complaining about her. He went over just after they got ...Continue Reading →