What Matters Most? Conversations Worth Having
How often do we share what’s in our heart and on our mind? Especially the deeply personal stuff like ‘What matters most to me in living each day?’ or ‘If something unexpected happened to me, what would I wish to be able to continue doing?’
Together, we will begin a conversation worth having:
- What questions to ask yourself and issues to consider
- Available resources for starting conversations with important people in your life
- Creating an action plan so everyone knows—and follows—your wishes
Whether you are 20 or 70, you are the only one who knows what matters most to you. Give your loved ones a gift: share your answers with them in a conversation worth having.
This presentation is supported by The Conversation Project in recognition of Healthcare Decisions Day.
Our presenter is Linda Bryce, a year-round resident of North Egremont. Her health-related experience as an attorney, policy analyst and patient advocate includes setting up a neighborhood health clinic, planning a community center for adult day programming, and following state health legislation including nursing home reforms. For the last six years, you would find her sitting at bedside, as a threshold singer, hospice vigil volunteer and end-of-life doula. Her book The Courage to Care: Being Fully Present with the Dying was released this month.
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