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Decisions about end-of-life care are intensely personal, and are based on an individual’s own values and beliefs. Talking with your family, healthcare providers, friends, and loved ones are all important steps to making your wishes known. These conversations will relieve loved ones and healthcare providers of the need to guess what you would want if ever faced with a medical crisis.

The article below from Cleveland Clinic is a helpful tool in how to bring up these tough conversations.

 

To Treat or Not to Treat: What Would Your Loved Ones Want at the End of Life?