Living Memorials Help Terminally Ill Patients Celebrate Life

Written by Pat Papers | Tuesday, 5 August 2014 7:17 AM

They go by several different names; healing services, life celebrations, living memorials, but the Minneapolis Star Tribune says more and more terminally ill people are choosing to celebrate their lives before they pass away. The gatherings offer friends and family a chance to say goodbye and share stories. The patient gets a chance to say thank you and acknowledge the role that others have played in their life.

SOURCE: Minneapolis Star Tribune

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