What do people regret most before they die?
Learning that you or a loved one is going to pass away soon is never an easy pill to swallow. You have moments that are unexplainable, yet happen in a sequence. Denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and finally acceptance. These are described as the five stages of grief. It is something that everyone, naturally, progresses through, each stage hard as it might be is leading to the resolution you need.
My Last Soundtrack wants you to know that death
Music is powerful! Research shows that music not only has the ability to alter mood and perception; it can also shift the biology of people’s brains. Watch this video for all the details!
How could this knowledge make memorial songs and celebration of life music even more influential?
Being a geriatrics and palliative care doctor for over 15 years, VJ Periyakoil has held countless conversations with individuals nearing the end of their life. Periyakoil shared that the most common emotion patients express is regret.
Her valuable experience and insight inspired the Stanford Friends and Family Letter Project. The letter template “allows writers to express
How does your legacy effect you in the end?
“Imagine you just got some very, very bad news. You don’t have much longer to live, maybe only a couple of years, and there’s nothing anyone–not you, not your doctor–can do about it.” (Jeffrey Kluger – TIME Magazine)