Cómo disminuir la carga de las decisiones al final de la vida – Harvard Med School

The latest ways to relieve the burden of decision-making at life’s end

My dear friend Pam and her mother Nancy sat across from me at the restaurant table. “I’m so sorry about Glenn,” I said. Glenn was a generous and funny man who adored Nancy and their four daughters, and was incredibly kind to me when I was a constant fixture at their house during my middle and high school years. He died at 81, after a difficult health battle.

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