Linda Hochstetler is a Buddhist Lay Chaplain, social employee, psychotherapist and writer of 21 Days to Die: The Canadian Information to Finish-Of-Life. Throughout our dialog we talk about the next matters:
- Sensible recommendation for making ready for the dying of a cherished one (e.g., honoring preferences associated to consuming, funds, bodily indicators the particular person is able to die)
- Non secular and mystical experiences she has witnessed (e.g., visions and communication with family members who’ve died)
- Psychological preparation for dying (e.g., managing household disagreements over finish of life points, steps to course of grief, therapeutic interventions to beat a concern of dying)
In the course of the dialog Linda shares her knowledge, experiences volunteering at Hospice for individuals of their ultimate weeks and months of life, and the way the dying of her boyfriend at a younger age affected her. Whereas the subject of dying is commonly unhappy, heavy, and painful, Linda speaks with lightness and keenness. It’s evident Linda has a real present and calling serving to different folks navigate the challenges associated to dying, dying, and finish of life care.
For extra data, please go to her web site at https://www.lindahochstetler.com.