We are all going to die. It's one of the sadder facts of life.
For most people, it's also one of the hardest things to talk about.
In 1986, Dave Kampfschulte's good friend was dying of lung cancer, even though he had never smoked a cigarette.
Dave's experience made him realize that we all could benefit from more preparation and conversation about death.
What do we lose if we choose not to have these conversations?
After 25 years of hospice volunteering, Kampfschulte has writen a book called I'm Dying to Talk with You: Twenty-five years of conversations on end of life decisions in which he discusses conversations we need to have with ourselves and with others about end of life experiences.
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