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Everyone has a story. About losing someone close. About what it was like to have the conversation. About not talking about wishes until it was too late.

Explore these stories that others have shared, and if you’d like, tell us your own story. Hearing about other people’s experiences can be a good way to get your own conversation started.

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A poem

By Caroline
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I am a volunteer coordinator for a hospice organization in Maine. One way I have found to deal with the work is to write poetry and to share it with my volunteers, my colleagues and...

Listen to your intuition

By Candace
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 My father passed away in 1986 on a Friday evening in Seattle Washington. I lived with my family in San Diego. Throughout that Friday I kept “hearing” a little voice saying, “call your dad” and...

I wish I had the conversation with my parent .

The conversation brought us together

By Hilary
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 Somewhere I came across the observation, “You are what you were when.” The idea is that people come from a certain place and time.  It shapes ones values and, to some extent, orders ones actions....

I had the conversation with my parent .

Hospice let us be sons & daughters

By Luanne
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 On June 26,2012 my dad was diagnosed with metastatic cancer and was given less than 3 months to live. My sister and our spouses immediately went to him for support until our two brothers could fly in...

I had the conversation with my parent .

Death and laughter

By Barbara
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 I think this stuff matters so much, I set up a website in the UK where people can record their Wishes free, save them in a free Safe Deposit Box, leave messages or other digital...

I had the conversation with my spouse .

The Doctors Listened

By Nancy
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 My story was recently published in our local newspaper and a senior magazine.  I hope you will find it relevant. The Doctors Listened This past Christmas, my 82 and 83 year old mom and dad...

I had the conversation with my parent .