In this interview, Judith Johnson discusses why she wrote the book “Making Peace with Death and Dying” and what the reader should take away from reading the book, and the importance of planning for the end of life. Judith also discusses the importance of Power of Attorney, getting a will or trust, Medical Directive, and the role of Hospice. Both Betsy and Judith also discussed why we must talk about death, dying, and grieving. This may not be a popular subject, but really needs to be discussed so that you will be caught in requiring a Power of Attorney
Judith Johnson, Author of “Making peace with death and dying, “A Practical Guide to Liberating Ourselves From the Death Taboo. Judith Johnson is an Author, Mentor, and workshop leader. Judith Johnson holds doctorates in Social Psychology and Spiritual Science as well as an MBA. Judith Johnson is also an ordained interfaith minister who is Chaplain at her local hospital and counsels the grieving.
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