Question:

What is a good way to relieve the stress of a terminal cancer patient's remaining time?

El cáncer terminal: los asuntos de conseguir el fin

A veces, el cáncer no se puede curar o se detiene (remisión). En casos como este, dependiendo de cuánto tiempo la persona ha tenido el cáncer, ¿cuánto se ha difundido y dónde está ubicado, el paciente con cáncer terminal por lo general tiene un tiempo para sus asuntos en orden. Cuanto antes los asuntos están en orden, más fácil será vivir con cáncer terminal? El paciente con cáncer terminal y los cuidadores no tendrá que preocuparse de lo que puede ocurrir cuando el paciente muere.

Aunque el paciente con cáncer terminal y los cuidadores pueden no sentirse en condiciones de hacer esto, como todo el mundo puede estar tratando con las emociones y sentimientos con respecto al diagnóstico, es en el mejor interés del paciente con cáncer terminal y su familia para asegurarse que está en orden. Si las cosas están en orden, cuando llegue el momento, no hay mucho menos que tratar, y la familia y amigos pueden asistir a sus sentimientos sin tener que preocuparse de otros arreglos.

Las cosas que deben ser atendidas antes de tiempo, si es posible, incluyen:


  • Selección Tanatorio

  • Pago anticipado de los gastos de funeral, si es posible,

  • Información Necrológica

  • Funeral deseos

  • Selección de la Iglesia, pasajes favoritos / himnos

  • Cremación o entierro

  • Parcela en el cementerio

  • Contribuciones en su memoria (la favorita de la caridad o la organización)

  • Will, cuentas bancarias, el abogado, los planes de pensiones, fondos de jubilación, seguro de vida
Si todo está preestablecido poco después del diagnóstico, cuando llegue el momento, todo será mucho más organizada y los niveles de estrés será menor para todos los involucrados, incluyendo el paciente con cáncer terminal, como él o ella puede vivir más fácil en la su última días, meses o años.

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