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Remaining Friends With Someone Who Has a Terminal Illness

When your close friend becomes terminally ill, it can be very painful to deal with. Besides the obvious tip to visit your friend as much as possible, licensed psychotherapist, Arlene Harder advises much more from conversation topics and what to avoid doing during visitation.

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Conversations Before The Crisis

This information is a starting point for these necessary conversations. You will read about many opportunities and ways to raise the issue. Once you realize how many "conversations triggers" there are in daily life, you will be ready to start your own conversation. There are plenty of useful tips offered here.

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Interacting With a Terminally Ill Loved One

Mary E. Johnson, chaplain at Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn., for 28 years is an expert on ministry to women with gynecologic cancer. Here she discusses what you might say to a loved one who has a terminal illness, how you might act around him or her, and how to deal with negative thoughts after your loved one dies.

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Advanced Health Care Directive Forms From Legal HelpMate

The two basic documents that allow you to express your desires regarding methods of treatment you want or do not want when you are unable to speak are the Living Will and the Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care (or Health Care Proxy). Find the legal form that is right for you.

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A Final Farewell

Watch and read about Randy Pausch, a 47-year-old college professor, and how he came to teach his family about love, courage -- and saying goodbye. This inspirational video and article will encourage you to be positive and never take anything for granted. Listen to what he has to say.

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See Your Genes in a Whole New Light!

Time Magazine has awarded this as the 2008 Invention of the Year. This genetics kit for $399 allows you to see your health, traits, and ancestry. This is very useful to find out if you carry traits for certain diseases.It's crucial to learn more about your genetics and family history.

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