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Rarely are we taught the facts about how dying works, even though that understanding can sooth anxiety around the topic.
We are most capable of working through things we understand. Too many folks are never taught about grief until they're amid loss.
When someone dies, everyone matters. Through open conversations and building traditions, we can work through death together in a compassionate way.
You are a human; whether sick, healthy, or dying. Your autonomy and human rights matter. If a loved one dies, there remain many rights around how to take care of their body and honor their final wishes.
A strong society includes all generations and teaches about the stages of life. In the years of advanced aging, a person's way of thinking, their needs, and their habits may change. They adopt new priorities and face physiological challenges.
All human beings carry a responsibility to be good stewards of the earth. Honoring environmental ethos requires informed and intentional choices about the care of bodies after death.