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Communicating with dying people and their relatives

Jean Lugton

Communicating with dying people and their relatives

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Published by Mosby in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

First published: Austin Cornish in association with the Lisa Sainsbury Foundation, 1987.

StatementJean Lugton.
SeriesMosby"s palliative care series
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 105p. :
Number of Pages105
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22312744M
ISBN 100723421560


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None of this would really be a problem, though, if it were not for the way that the effects have seeped into our personal relationships. You may also hear their voice internally, through thought or word transference. Most people report their loved ones communicating with them through this form of internal dialogue, the same way mediums report connecting with loved ones for others.

Internal clairaudience is the most common way to hear a voice, as the hearing happens inside your mind. about their care.

This might require time and input from a trained advocate or a family member. Make sure you explain things in an appropriate way to children. Older children with sufficient maturity will be able to take decisions about some aspects of their medical care.

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