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Can there be any reason to "prepare" for the death of an elderly family member or friend?

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Dr. Kathryn Akin
Pediatrics - Developmental & Behavioral
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In brief: Maybe

We can try to prepare for a loved one's death, but we are never ready when it comes.
The grieving process is something that we all go through. Having the assistance of a hospice involved in the process can be helpful. They can put you in touch with a support group as well.

In brief: Maybe

We can try to prepare for a loved one's death, but we are never ready when it comes.
The grieving process is something that we all go through. Having the assistance of a hospice involved in the process can be helpful. They can put you in touch with a support group as well.
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