Dying is a sacred time in life. A better understanding of the dying process can help loved ones be better prepared to help with the transition to death.Quoted From: https://www.luminahospice.org/understanding-the-dying-process-2/
"Dying is a sacred time in life, filled with meaning and important life tasks. Despite its inevitability, death is an unfamiliar process for most of us.
When a person is terminally ill, they often wonder, "What will it be like to die?" Caregivers often seek an understanding of what to expect and how to respond to the signs and symptoms that occur.
Every person is different and their path to death will be theirs to take. A better understanding of the dying process can help loved ones be better prepared to help with the transition to death.Hospice care for the terminally ill emphasizes helping the person who is dying to be as comfortable as possible and maintain a sense of control and dignity. The tasks involved in meeting these goals are not always easy. Some will tax one"s emotional and physical energies, others may have needs and demands that we cannot meet, and still others may lead us through the process with courage and insight."