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Jan 20, 2015

Are you a person who avoids topics about death or dying? Why are you uncomfortable with it do you think? Or are you a healthcare professional that may want some insight into why some of the people you serve may avoid it? READ MORE

The Journey Radio podcast sponsors are: http://www.Hospicetimes.com and http://www.Wellbeyondcare.com  

Listen in as Kiersten, a 46 year old woman from Austin, Texas, describes her feelings about this. It is a very tender topic for her and she is not alone. People will have visceral reactions when the subject is brought up. If you feel the same way, listen as she describes some of her thoughts about it all.
Her insights are very profound regarding the changes in her life since she has begun to face these issues.
Depending on the response we receive from this program, I may make it a series. The reasons are different for each person why they may not want to talk about it, and I’m wondering though if there are some common threads.

The Journey Radio podcast sponsors are: http://www.Hospicetimes.com and http://www.Wellbeyondcare.com

- See more at: http://qualityoflifecare.com/the-journey-kiersten-legge/#sthash.OBxiFEVU.dpuf
Are you a person who avoids topics about death or dying? Why are you uncomfortable with it do you think? Or are you a healthcare professional that may want some insight into why some of the people you serve may avoid it?
Listen in as Kiersten, a 46 year old woman from Austin, Texas, describes her feelings about this. It is a very tender topic for her and she is not alone. People will have visceral reactions when the subject is brought up. If you feel the same way, listen as she describes some of her thoughts about it all.
Her insights are very profound regarding the changes in her life since she has begun to face these issues.
Depending on the response we receive from this program, I may make it a series. The reasons are different for each person why they may not want to talk about it, and I’m wondering though if there are some common threads.

The Journey Radio podcast sponsors are: http://www.Hospicetimes.com and http://www.Wellbeyondcare.com

- See more at: http://qualityoflifecare.com/the-journey-kiersten-legge/#sthash.OBxiFEVU.dpuf
Are you a person who avoids topics about death or dying? Why are you uncomfortable with it do you think? Or are you a healthcare professional that may want some insight into why some of the people you serve may avoid it?
Listen in as Kiersten, a 46 year old woman from Austin, Texas, describes her feelings about this. It is a very tender topic for her and she is not alone. People will have visceral reactions when the subject is brought up. If you feel the same way, listen as she describes some of her thoughts about it all.
Her insights are very profound regarding the changes in her life since she has begun to face these issues.
Depending on the response we receive from this program, I may make it a series. The reasons are different for each person why they may not want to talk about it, and I’m wondering though if there are some common threads.

The Journey Radio podcast sponsors are: http://www.Hospicetimes.com and http://www.Wellbeyondcare.com

- See more at: http://qualityoflifecare.com/the-journey-kiersten-legge/#sthash.OBxiFEVU.dpuf
Are you a person who avoids topics about death or dying? Why are you uncomfortable with it do you think? Or are you a healthcare professional that may want some insight into why some of the people you serve may avoid it?
Listen in as Kiersten, a 46 year old woman from Austin, Texas, describes her feelings about this. It is a very tender topic for her and she is not alone. People will have visceral reactions when the subject is brought up. If you feel the same way, listen as she describes some of her thoughts about it all.
Her insights are very profound regarding the changes in her life since she has begun to face these issues.
Depending on the response we receive from this program, I may make it a series. The reasons are different for each person why they may not want to talk about it, and I’m wondering though if there are some common threads.

The Journey Radio podcast sponsors are: http://www.Hospicetimes.com and http://www.Wellbeyondcare.com

(Edit) - See more at: http://qualityoflifecare.com/the-journey-kiersten-legge/#sthash.OBxiFEVU.dpuf
Are you a person who avoids topics about death or dying? Why are you uncomfortable with it do you think? Or are you a healthcare professional that may want some insight into why some of the people you serve may avoid it?
Listen in as Kiersten, a 46 year old woman from Austin, Texas, describes her feelings about this. It is a very tender topic for her and she is not alone. People will have visceral reactions when the subject is brought up. If you feel the same way, listen as she describes some of her thoughts about it all.
Her insights are very profound regarding the changes in her life since she has begun to face these issues.
Depending on the response we receive from this program, I may make it a series. The reasons are different for each person why they may not want to talk about it, and I’m wondering though if there are some common threads.

The Journey Radio podcast sponsors are: http://www.Hospicetimes.com and http://www.Wellbeyondcare.com

(Edit) - See more at: http://qualityoflifecare.com/the-journey-kiersten-legge/#sthash.OBxiFEVU.dpuf
Are you a person who avoids topics about death or dying? Why are you uncomfortable with it do you think? Or are you a healthcare professional that may want some insight into why some of the people you serve may avoid it?
Listen in as Kiersten, a 46 year old woman from Austin, Texas, describes her feelings about this. It is a very tender topic for her and she is not alone. People will have visceral reactions when the subject is brought up. If you feel the same way, listen as she describes some of her thoughts about it all.
Her insights are very profound regarding the changes in her life since she has begun to face these issues.
Depending on the response we receive from this program, I may make it a series. The reasons are different for each person why they may not want to talk about it, and I’m wondering though if there are some common threads.

The Journey Radio podcast sponsors are: http://www.Hospicetimes.com and http://www.Wellbeyondcare.com

- See more at: http://qualityoflifecare.com/the-journey-kiersten-legge/#sthash.OBxiFEVU.dpuf
Are you a person who avoids topics about death or dying? Why are you uncomfortable with it do you think? Or are you a healthcare professional that may want some insight into why some of the people you serve may avoid it?
Listen in as Kiersten, a 46 year old woman from Austin, Texas, describes her feelings about this. It is a very tender topic for her and she is not alone. People will have visceral reactions when the subject is brought up. If you feel the same way, listen as she describes some of her thoughts about it all.
Her insights are very profound regarding the changes in her life since she has begun to face these issues.
Depending on the response we receive from this program, I may make it a series. The reasons are different for each person why they may not want to talk about it, and I’m wondering though if there are some common threads.

The Journey Radio podcast sponsors are: http://www.Hospicetimes.com and http://www.Wellbeyondcare.com

- See more at: http://qualityoflifecare.com/the-journey-kiersten-legge/#sthash.OBxiFEVU.dpuf