Why Should Anyone Be Afraid Of Dying?

 

How to train to become a grief counselor and help people face death
How to train to become a grief counselor and help people face death

The article, “Why Should Anyone Be Afraid Of Dying?”, by Karl A. Pillemer, Ph.D. states

“We seem to be inundated now with books about death — and about how great it is.”

American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight:

Most people who reflect on dying throghout their life have less anxiety especially if religious.  Most people instead fear not death but how they will die.  Will they die young, or in a horrible accident, or will the death be painful?

These are lingering questions but as people age, the questions sometimes change into making sure one’s life is in order and if their family is taken care of.

These are things that certified grief counselors must take into account regarding death.  Regardless, as social media continues to dominate the century, people will be more and more open to questions of death as forums force people to face it and discuss it

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