Challenge: Honoring Choices

On 4th of July week, my family lost a very close friend at a young age. She got an infection that started in her feet and went all the way to her lungs killing her. This death actually got us talking about what we wanted to do if one of us were in a state where we were severely ill and we wouldn’t make it. My parents both said that if there was nothing for the doctors to do they would want to be discharged and be at home surrounded by loved ones. They do not want to get us into debt and they don’t want to be taking medication causing them so many sides effects that wouldn’t even help them at the end. I wasn’t so comfortable talking about this topic because it got me thinking about the future. But talking about this will prepare me and also the consumer about to do in the future and be ready for what might occur.

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