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Modeling the death experience.

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There is a fundamental choice about death. When a person is faced with the inevitability of death, it is essential to become informed and involved in the process. To a certain extent, death is like the birth experience. It has a significant impact on the family dynamic. It is an event that affects each person differently.There is a window of opportunity where the dying person can model for the rest of the family how to go through the process. This person can be the teacher for the family as they deal with the death of their loved one and help prepare them for the experience of their own death. That is the inherent gift of gradual death vs. quick death. Unfinished business can be resolved for the dying person as well as for the members of the extended family.

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