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What Do People Regret When They’re About to Die?

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   Perhaps one of the greatest punishments we apply to ourselves is to sacrifice the present to defend ourselves from all our fears in the future. When, in reality, the future is an assumption and the present a reality. These words were spoken by a long-term nurse employed in palliative care. Her patients generally had a life expectancy of no more than three months. She was with them in their final days and made them feel as good as possible, once they realized that they were about to die. “It is at that moment when people grow much more than…

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Chantal Maille
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