I worry about us becoming perfectionistic about death when I hear "die well". Us aging boomers got quite perfectionistic about the way we gave birth and I can see us becoming the same way about death. I do understand what Dr. Byock is talking about as I was a witness to some awful hospital deaths back in the 70's. I wonder if perhaps we should look forwards to having " singular deaths". Deaths that represent the singular lives which we have led.
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