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November 20, boomsdayprepping Featured For this particular episode, hosts Wayne Bucklar and Dr Dwyer together with regular panelists Bron Williams and Amanda Lambros discuss their experiences and thoughts on relationships in relevance to marriage, death and birth.
All of them offer very interesting insights in this subject matter. Regular panelist Bron Williams imparts that in preparation for death, she has discussed with her sons what she wants to happen.
My name is Wayne Bucklar, here is my co-host Dr. Thank you Wayne and hello everybody and welcome to the panel. And of course we have Amanda and Amanda of course being a sexologist and relationship counselor. Well there you go. So this conversation topic today will be great. So the reason I am at the subject is because I do end up having conversations at regular times with different clients, whether they be professional working clients, Boomer professionals that are still working and many of them, or Boomer clients in care or Boomer clients who are requiring counseling.
So I will say and put it out there Boomers, as the topic of discussion, Boomers are going to change and are changing and putting their personal stamp process on how a death will look like, what a death looks like for people and how death will be celebrated or acknowledged when they go.
Before I start, I want to challenge you Dr. I just thought it was an interesting use of words. Yeah, I totally agree with you Bronwyn. Stop saying that death is ugly because death is part of life.
Are you seeing it more clearly Bron? Do you see it when you visit her now more often? Your next visit will probably be a bit in your face. Your mum is a great generation person, so 94 is she?
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We had no concept of what that would look like. Is that then a reflection on relationship Amanda?
I think it does. For those that are left. It reflects on the relationship in that if there was anything unsaid, that usually causes moving beyond the loss. We got to respect the people in the care home or the care service, respect the health professionals that sit around planning the dying, end-of-life pathway.
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