What being a hospice volunteer taught me about health care
“The finality of death is a powerful teacher. For some patients, being diagnosed with a terminal illness is an experience that lends a tremendous shift in perspective and newfound authenticity. This can be instructive to them and the people around them. As psychologist Charles Garfield says, ‘The living have much to learn from the dying.'”
Farid Alsabeh is a psychotherapist.
He shares his story and discusses his KevinMD article, “What being a hospice volunteer taught me about health care.”
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